Have you heard that idea that Malcolm Gladwell made famous, that it takes 10,000 hours of deliberate practice in order to develop world class expertise in a skill?
If you haven’t, you might check out this summary here.
Well, in the book Rest: Why You Get More Done When You Work Less (that I’ve been reading this summer), the author Alex Pang points out some overlooked data in the original research that Malcolm Gladwell based his theory on.
I LOVE what he noticed, and summarize it here in this video. As it turns out, there’s MORE than 10,000 hours of hard work that’s needed in order to become a master at something, and it is…. (drum roll please!)