Editor’s note: Although this piece is aimed at tech people the message resonates for us all. Lots of L&D professionals are doing great things but we wouldn’t know about it. Maybe this article will provide some inspiration to start sharing what you know.
Editor’s note: This article shared by Harold Jarche shows the problems that can come with ‘expertise’ and deferring to experts. How can we be sure they are expert?
Debunking the myth of the 10,000-hours rule: what it actually takes to reach genius-level excellence
Editor’s note: A great share from @c4lpt which digs into the idea that 10,000 hours of practice makes you a genius. Within that time you need to push yourself, try and fail.
Editor’s note: An article sparked by Mason Curry’s book Daily Rituals: How Artists Work. The message here is: to be great at what you do you must put yourself outside of your comfort zone and for quite a few hours a day.