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The Complete Beginner's Guide to Deliberate Practice

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The Complete Beginner's Guide to Deliberate Practice

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Deliberate Practice

Deliberate Practice

Deliberate practice is the commitment to a thorough concentration of training exercises intended to enhance a specific area of success with immediate feedback and potential for incremental progress through repetition and problem-solving.

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Types of Deliberate Practice

  1. Naive Practice: it is the simple repetition of tasks that doesn't require challenging the mind. It isn't associated with boosting performance levels.
  2. Purposeful Practice: it is a level higher than naive practice because it requires a bigger amount of concentration and constructive criticism.
  3. Deliberate Practice: this requires an intense amount of advanced training with an expert in their specific field. This is rarely done by "normal" people and it practice takes 4-5 hours a day minimum.

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The Promise of Deliberate Practice

Engaging in deliberate practice allows you to showcase the best version of yourself. You get to learn so many valuable and useful traits such as patience, grit, and meticulousness.

Whatever skill or sport you want to excel in, deliberate practicing is the best and the fastest way to enhance yourself.

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Stop making things not work for you. Stop looking for reasons why it doesn't work or why it will never work for you, instead figure out a way to make good things happen for you.

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Sudoku

Sudoku

Sudoku has been identified as a classic meme - a mental virus that spreads from person to person across national boundaries. The puzzle is using our brains to multiply across the world.

The beginnings of Sudoku

  • In 1783, a Swiss mathematician made 'Latin Squares,' which was described as magic squares.
  • The Dell Puzzle Magazine published the puzzle Number Place in the late 1970s.
  • As Dell continued to publish the puzzle through the Eighties quietly, it was imitated and embraced in Japan. Publisher Nikoli made two small improvements and renamed it Sudoku. 'Su' means a number, and 'doku' translates as singular.

Sudoku becomes popular

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Mastery Also Involves Boredom

Mastery Also Involves Boredom

Mastery does not happen by chance. If you want to fulfil your potential, you must practice consistently at a specific skill over a long time. But the top performers in any craft also figure...

How to Fall in Love With Boredom

There is little hope of falling in love with a habit you really hate. If you dislike exercising, but you know it's good for you, you have two options to fall in love with the repetitiveness of the routine:

  • You can increase your proficiency at the task. Learn the basic fundamentals of your task and celebrate the small wins and improvements you make.
  • You can fall in love with a result of the task rather than the task itself.

The Power of Patience

Success is often found by practising the fundamentals that everyone knows they should be doing, but they find it too tedious or simple to practice regularly.

A blend of patience and consistency creates the ultimate advantage.