The 10,000 Hours Rule (OUTLIERS by Malcolm Gladwell) #amreading

In which, Gladwell suggests:

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He arrives at this magic number after studying the practicing patterns of several individuals who are the masters of their craft — right from Beatles to Bill Gates.

I haven’t finished the book, but this current chapter is about the good old war between innate talent and deliberate practise.

Let’s see who wins. πŸ˜‰

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16 thoughts on “The 10,000 Hours Rule (OUTLIERS by Malcolm Gladwell) #amreading

  1. Need to read the book, but he must be right, this post comes at a time when I feel like I am failing in my craft because I am not putting in enough hours, so thank you for this

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