Radical advice for extracting yourself from a tail-spin, also known as the looping cycle of self-judgment.
To be truly realized we must get to the point where we’re no longer seeking.
There’s always room for improvement. But if that’s all you see, then that’s a problem.
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?
The myth that practice makes perfect is wrong. So how do you develop mastery? Follow this 7-step process.
In the quest to constantly improve in any pursuit, we often jump straight into those lessons and critiques. This creates a foundation of deficiency. Instead, we must create a foundation of sufficiency though celebration of what we did.