Developing Your Talent is Never an Accident

If you take a running jump from the roof of a skyscraper, “persistence” won’t help you fly.

It doesn’t matter how “badly” you want it, or how much effort you’re willing to put in — the physics just doesn’t work.

Likewise, if you’re practicing in the wrong way, or an inefficient way — even for 10,000 hours — you’re never going to develop any talent.

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