Unlock Your Performance with Deliberate Practice
Experience does not equal mastery.
Have you ever worked with someone who has a ton of experience but isn’t actually great at their job?
Throughout our careers, we tend to do the same things over and over again. We call this experience.
In the world of work, experience is often considered a substitute for deliberate practice. In reality, experience is a very slow and ineffective way to achieve mastery.
In professional sports, dance or music, those at the top of their game spend hours deliberately practicing for every second they perform.
Why should it be any different for top-performing business professionals?
OK, but what is deliberate practice? And, how can you use it to get great at anything?