How cool are you with making mistakes as you learn?
You alright with that?
What if making mistakes is part of the deal, especially as you learn more?
I ain’t talking about negligent mistakes that shirk you of responsibility.
I’m talking about those opportunities to learn and get better as you deliberately seek to expand.
“Why is targeted, mistake-focused practice so effective?
A: Because the best way to build a good circuit is to fire it, attend to mistakes, then fire it again, over and over. Struggle is not an option. It’s a biological requirement.
Q: Why are passion and persistence key ingredients of talent?
A: Because wrapping myelin around a big circuit requires energy and time. If you don’t love it, you’ll never work hard enough to be great.” Coyle
What’s a goal you got that’s really important to you?
What does targeted, mistake-focused practice look like?