The constant striving to be better than you were yesterday is a set-up for disappointment.
Few people are willing to take a day off after a seminar, conference, or other live event to process thoughts and insights. There’s an opportunity cost involved, but if you’re willing to do this it will pay you dividends beyond money.
Contrary to common myth, practice alone does not lead to skill mastery. Without effective feedback, practice only reinforces what you’re already doing. Here are 5 elements for effective feedback.
The core driver of constant and never-ending improvement is a good feedback loop. There are three essential feedback channels. Which are you missing?
If you want to improve in any skill, you must conduct regular self-assessments and reviews. But if self-assessments can lead to a spiral of self-judgment. Here’s a 5-step plan to avoid the trap.
Watching yourself on video can be a great way to improve your speaking and presentation skills, if you focus on the right things. Use this 5-point checklist for where to focus when you watch yourself on video.
The myth that practice makes perfect is wrong. So how do you develop mastery? Follow this 7-step process.