This Is Why The 10,000 Hour Rule Is Wrong

This Is Why The 10,000 Hour Rule Is Wrong

You’ve heard about the 10,000 hour rule… 

And that to be an expert at anything, you need to put in the hours. 

But is it actually accurate? 

That would mean every accountant who had been doing their job for a decade or more, would be a “master.” 

It’s not the reality.

So what’s the difference that makes the difference?

What makes one achieve mastery? 

I’ve been reading the book, Make it Stick, by Peter C. Brown… 

And he talks about the science of successful learning – including chess masters. 

Now the greatest chess masters don’t just play chess.

They study the greatest games ever played. 

They think about it. 

They dissect it. 

This is hard work. 

And this is also what’s required to achieve mastery in whatever field you’re in. 

Now you could do that to become great at marketing strategy.

To become great at copywriting.

To become great at email campaigns

Or you could just focus on doing it with your craft, and engage someone like me 🙂

Book in a time for a chat with me here

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