How to make your kid good at anything, according to Anders Ericsson, an expert on peak performance and originator of the 10,000-hour rule — Quartz

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K. Anders Ericsson has spent 30 years studying people who are exceptional at what they do, and trying to figure out how they got to be so good. His conclusion: in most cases, talent doesn’t matter—practice does. The practice he advocates is not hitting 100,000 golf balls or spending 10,000 hours doing scales on the cello, even...

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