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You may find this interesting, research on what it takes to be the best.

 

 

The first major conclusion is that nobody is great without work. It's nice to believe that if you find the field where you're naturally gifted, you'll be great from day one, but it doesn't happen. There's no evidence of high-level performance without experience or practice.

 

Reinforcing that no-free-lunch finding is vast evidence that even the most accomplished people need around ten years of hard work before becoming world-class, a pattern so well established researchers call it the ten-year rule.

 

 

 

James.

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You may find this interesting, research on what it takes to be the best.

 

 

The first major conclusion is that nobody is great without work. It's nice to believe that if you find the field where you're naturally gifted, you'll be great from day one, but it doesn't happen. There's no evidence of high-level performance without experience or practice.

 

Reinforcing that no-free-lunch finding is vast evidence that even the most accomplished people need around ten years of hard work before becoming world-class, a pattern so well established researchers call it the ten-year rule.

 

 

 

James.

 

 

Well if a baby is born and is completly isolated from everything it will have a hard time jumping on a motorcyle and being excellent yes... Wether you call it naturally gifted or fast at learning there are some poeple that can practice less and learn more. These people usually aren't excellent at everthing, so what do you call it when it is extremly easy for them to progress through the ranks at something? I call it talent.

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Hey James,

 

 

I agree that progress requires work. Speaking from experience, there is nothing more regrettable than unrealized potential or undeveloped talent.

 

 

Racer

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