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.
It’s time to end the myth that practice leads to progress. Learn the 3 key factors you need if you want to improve.
Not all feedback will help you improve. Some can actually sabotage you. Here are 3 types of feedback to ignore.
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.
The most simple way to improve in any skill.
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?