Deliberate Practice Revisited

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Deliberate Practice Revisited

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Let’s talk about deliberate practice.

Whoa whoa whoa Andre I feel like you’ve already talked about this you told me about spaced repetition.

Why are we repeating things that we learned in the science section.

Well there’s a few techniques that apply directly to the science section so you have to almost teach

them twice.

But don’t worry there’s a whole bunch of new techniques just like space to repetition deliberate practice

is one of those that is tried and true and you just have to do it in order to be an efficient learner.

So how can we apply the science of deliver practice to the techniques.

Well we know that deliberate practice is doing the things that are hard unfortunately there is no easy

answer to becoming excellent at something becoming a master at the end of the day.

It requires hard work because if it was easy then everybody would be doing it.

There wouldn’t be any obstacles and that skill wouldn’t be valuable.

So that’s what separates people.

This idea of working hard but also working smart.

And that’s where deliberate practice comes in.

It’s this idea of efficiency and the idea of deliberate practice is something that we’ve talked about

before with Anders Ericsson with his book peak and he is the man when it comes to deliberate practice.

The idea of delivering practice is this one we avoid the easy stuff and then too.

We want to take on challenging projects.

So in life if a new job opportunity comes up and you think oh that’s a hard job or I don’t know if I’m

qualified enough for it that’s good.

You want to be in those situations that challenges you.

Maybe you’ve only ran five kilometers before and you want to start running 10 kilometers.

Well push yourself and start doing that every day trying to get to that 10 km mark instead of just running

five kilometres every day.

And the way you can have a daily deliberate practice is to use these techniques.

One is every single day carve out a period of on distracted focus maybe use something like the Pomodoro

technique to make sure that each day you’re focused on something and a topic that you want to practice

to is during that focus period to push yourself to the edge of your ability.

This idea of being uncomfortable and asking yourself hey how can I make what I do today a little bit

harder than what I did yesterday.

I like to think of this as the plus one method.

How can I gain a plus one experience point from what I did yesterday.

So for daily deliberate practice we want to carve out a period of on distracted focus.

We want to push ourselves during that focus time to really be uncomfortable because we’re the edge of

our abilities.

And then finally the third thing is to always seek immediate feedback or mentorship that is during that

focus period during that deliberate practice period.

How am I getting feedback.

How my knowing if I’m doing the right thing or the wrong thing.

And you can do that with a community with a mentor or a teacher and this is the final piece of advice.

Write it down so during deliberate practice each day write it maybe in an excel sheet saying this is

the progress that I made.

This is what I did today and this is how much I worked.

This is actually what I do with physical exercise.

For the past six seven years I’ve wrote down every single day what I did in terms of exercise if I took

a rest day I wrote down that I took a rest day and how I felt if I exercised.

I said this is how much I have exercised and this is what I did.

And then if I repeat our exercise let’s say I run five kilometers I put down the time of how long did

it take me to run five kilometers so that the next time I ran five kilometers I can look at the time

and say How can I do better.

How can I push myself to finish a little bit faster the way I like to think about deliberate practice

is the butterflies.

Every once in a while we do things in our life that gives us a bit of butterflies in our stomach or

maybe scares us a little bit.

Maybe it makes us doubt ourselves think that we can’t do this or I don’t feel like it or I’m afraid

I’m worried every time you feel that feeling you get those butterflies.

That’s when you know you’re in that zone of comfort and discomfort and you want to be right at the edge

because that’s how we push past our boundaries and get better and better.

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