10,000 Simple Ways To Become A Genius Eventually
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Malcolm Gladwell’s Principle of 10,000 states that the magic number for genius is 10,000. In other words, for you to become a genius at anything you have to spend at least 10,000 hours doing it…
So if you want to become a genius at painting you have to have at least done 10,000 hours painting.
If you want to become a genius at scoring free kicks you have to spend at least 10,000 hours practicing free kicks.
And if you want to become a blogging phenomena you have to spend at least 10,000 hours blogging.
The more time you spend doing that which you strive to be successful at…the greater your chances of success. Turns out that genius is not a natural skill but rather a repetitive talent. All you have to do is keep on doing and doing and doing and doing and doing and doing…
NOTE: Special thanks to Osisiye Tafa (@osisiye) for catching a glaring error in the original version of the article. I erroneously interpreted Malcolm Gladwell’s rule of 10,000 as having to do an activity 10,000 times, the actual rule is that you have to spend 10,000 hours doing a specific activity. Thanks again!
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