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Misconception About Practice

  • People often misunderstand this because they assume that the continued driving or tennis playing or pie baking is a form of practice and that if they keep doing it they are bound to get better at it, slowly perhaps, but better nonetheless
  • But when we don't get out of our comfort zone, the action will become automatic, and there will be no further improvement.
  • Getting out of your comfort zone means trying to do something that you couldn’t do before

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The book summarizes the findings of Ericsson's 30-year research into the general nature and acquisition of expertise.

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