• Richard Avery

Can we hack the 10,000hr rule? 

I don't like the idea of hacking something. It implies taking short cuts. But the reality is we can find new ways of doing things that come at a calculated cost that we're happy to pay.

Computers are a great example of using better methodologies for doing something than we previously new.

Learning a new skill, any new skill, takes around 10,000hrs to become world class.

A computer can learn to become the world's best Chess player in 4hrs.

Are you using the best methodology to fulfil your potential?

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