If You're Busy, You're Doing Something Wrong: The Surprisingly Relaxed Lives of Elite Achievers


In the early 1990's, a trio of psychologists began studying violinists at the Universität der Künste, a historic arts academy in the heart of West Berlin. They divided players into two groups, the elite & the average, and then had them document in detail how they spent their days. Their goal was to answer one fundamental question: Why are the elite players better than the average players?


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