You just need 20 hours to learn anything! ⏱️

No you don’t need to be a superhuman for this

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Malcolm Gladwell and the 10,000 hours rule

The book emphasized the fact that a person needs at least 10,000 hours of deliberate practice to become an expert at anything.

Sometimes misunderstood and wrongly used

Most times people will often use some wrongly altered version of this rule stating that “A person needs 10,000 hours of practice to learn and get good at anything”, which not only is wrong but also quite self-defeating considering the original rule.

Key points behind the original 10,000 hours rule:

A new rule to learn anything, the 20 Hour Rule

We can learn any new skills with focused, deliberate practice in only 20 hours i.e 1 hour per day for 20 days.

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