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Their time spent in practice was in their blood. They had incredible coaching, equally important. Coyle talks a lot about coaching in the book. In section 2 the book dives into practicing and improving. Often we get to a basic level of understanding… then what? What takes people from being able to play row your boat to riffing a muddy blues improvisation session with a full band. Further, how do the standout performers reinforce and re-groove their skills? Hint: Tom Brady was not a prodigy, he had a very specific practice. In the last section Daniel talks about maintaining the motivation.
It requires adopting the mindset of a gardener and the practice of a carpenter. It is difficult to motivate ourselves to put in the work, when the results are not evident.http://ldi.mx/includes/biography/urban-recycling-and-the-search-for-sustainable-community-development.php
Little Book of Talent by Daniel Coyle
It sometimes takes 5—10 years of hustling before incredible things start to happen. Great show BTW. Seemingly gifted soft skills like grit or public speaking can be learned. We want to believe that there is such a thing as a prodigy.
An artist who was just genetically predisposed to make incredible music. This artist simply started practicing younger, they figured out the hard and soft skills sooner. The best time to start learning something was 10 years ago, and right now. Throughout the book Daniel advocates some non traditional tips and tricks. Take naps. Force yourself to look stupid and further, be OK with looking stupid.
Book Review: The Little Book of Talent by Daniel Coyle
He even advocates stealing! Hey its OK to break the rules sometimes. The heart of why I love this book is that most of us who went through the public school system did not get taught about a few very important skills. We must learn HOW to learn. Everybody is different. We must also learn to be OK with experimenting and trying unorthodox methods. Top performers are able to formulate their own hypothesis and test them relentlessly.
I want to put it up on the bookshelf, but I keep pulling it back down to look up tips. The Little Book of Talent is a source of reference and inspiration.
Its a must read for anybody who coaches and anybody trying to learn difficult skill sets. Become a member. Sign in. Get started. Paul M Follow. I love to tackle difficult projects.
I believe that every person has a great idea or quest they must follow.