The Little Book of Talent by Daniel Coyle

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  • Exaggerate moves at first. Be sure to focus on a positive result rather than a mistake. You can also sandwich correct moves with an incorrect move. Some research also shows that practicing something, waiting ten minutes, practicing again, waiting ten minutes, and practicing a third time is very effective.
  • Create little tests for yourself. Set a goal and see if you can reach it. Successive goals should push your ability just a little bit farther. In addition to practicing at the edge of your ability, make sure you are fully immersed, you are practicing skills you want to build, and you are getting accurate and speedy feedback. Be sure to stop before you are exhausted.
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