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Chris Quick on Being a Master at Anything


Blogger and marketer Christina Quick put up an interesting and pithy post recently, “How to Be a Master at Anything,” building on information from Geoff Colvin’s great book Talent is Overrated, and on other sources. It echoes some of the things I wrote about in my post “Do You Have Enough Talent to Be Great at It?” but has more to say as well, and expresses its points originally enough that it’s worth reading even if you know something about the subject already. It also includes a nice real-life example.

In case you don’t have time to read the whole thing, the short version is: Practice Your Butt Off And You Can Get Really Good at Almost Anything.

Thanks to Leo Babuta of Zen Habits for his tweet about the post.

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