In today’s world most people dabble from one thing to the next. They start something new (new job/business, workout program, relationship). It feels great and they make improvements in the beginning. Then they hit a roadblock and they figure if they go try something else it will be different. They go do the new thing and repeat the cycle.
To be successful in any area of life (business, health, relationship, money) you must become a master of learning. And learning is about skill acquisition. And the cool thing about skills is that you can learn any skill if you know how to use your mind, body, emotions, and nervous system in the proper ways.
If you want to get out of the cycle of dabbling and into the cycle of mastery here is a great book called The Talent Code, by Daniel Coyle. In studying the world’s most successful people, from Michelangelo to Michael Jordan to Warren Buffett, research shows that these people develop deep practice in their craft. That is they practice intensely at the edge for long periods of time and then do the same thing again and again and again.
When you do this over time your brain forms stronger connections of myelin between neurons. Myelin is a neural tissue that enables more speed and accuracy to your movements and thoughts. What’s great about myelin is that you can make more of it through deep practice on your craft.
To your commitment to mastery.
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