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10,000 hours in reality by David Clarke
October 21, 2009, 9:03 am
Filed under: Dan Cottrell, Rugby Training | Tags: , ,

To become an expert in something, you need to practise for 10,000 hours.

That means about 3 hours a day for 10 years.

Though this statistic is daunting, the research behind it says that people who practice more are better than people who don’t. Studies have looked at comparable talents, examined their practice routines and seen that the sweat and tears pays off.

As I write this, I am “touch typing”. I must have done the 10,000 hours by now!

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