Practice is overrated as a path to progress. Too much may even be detrimental. To improve, your practice needs parameters. In this essay, I share the top 3 parameters for progress.
Debunking the Myth that Practice Leads to Progress
It’s time to end the myth that practice leads to progress. Learn the 3 key factors you need if you want to improve.
3 Types of Feedback to Ignore
Not all feedback will help you improve. Some can actually sabotage you. Here are 3 types of feedback to ignore.
3 Skills Where Contemporaneous Feedback is Essential
When learning a new skill we need feedback to improve. And for some skills, real-time, in the moment feedback is essential to avoid creating bad habits.
3 Building Blocks of Improvement
The most simple way to improve in any skill.
5 Elements of Effective Feedback
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.
3 Feedback Channels Necessary for Constant and Never-Ending Improvement
The core driver of constant and never-ending improvement is a good feedback loop. There are three essential feedback channels. Which are you missing?