by Anders Ericsson
The biggest misconception in self-improvement is that "practice makes perfect." This simply isn't true. Practice, if you are not being deliberate, just makes things permanent.
Deliberate practice, on the other hand, has well-defined, specific goals. It also requires feedback and correcting your mistakes. Learn all about what it is and how to do it in this fascinating summary.
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