Summary of “(Deliberate) practice makes perfect: how to become an expert in anything”

” a popularised but simplistic view of our work which suggests that anyone who has accumulated a sufficient number of hours of practice in a given domain will automatically become an expert and a champion.
Deliberate practice is focused, consistent, goal-oriented training.
Why regular practice isn’t enoughTypically, repeated practice takes us up to a medium level of success.
Deliberate practice makes perfectPerforming skills you already know is satisfying - but this won’t enhance your skill level.
Deliberate practice isn’t just about continued repetition.
Deliberate practice in 4 stepsDeveloping proficiency in any skill is not always fun, or even enjoyable.
Deliberate practice isn’t necessarily enjoyable: you’ll need to sacrifice short-term pleasure for long-term success.
Counteract the intensity of deliberate practice by doing nothing at all.

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