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The concept is about lifelong training. By investing a lifetime into a skill, you'll become a master at it. Your knowledge will be so profound and complicated that you won't be able to pass it on as a hack. And once you're at the stage of mastery, you perform the skill unconsciously. As an example, samurais fight with swords and there is no time to think during a sword fight. The body and the mind must respond immediately, and this instant response is the result of "shugyō."
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This rule was developed by Anders Ericsson and popularized by Malcolm Gladwell and states that we need 10,000 hours of deliberate practice to succeed at anything.
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