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3 Lessons On Improvement

  • Doing a light amount of work is a great way to reduce the pain of difficult sessions.
  • The amount of work that you need to do to reach your maximum level of output is higher than what you are doing now.
  • Deliberate practice is critical to long-term success. Doing the same type of work over and over again is a strange form of laziness.

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