• Posts Tagged ‘success’

    From France to Singapore: One Man’s Story from Surfing Internet 1.0 in 2000 to Becoming Head of Digital Customer Experience in 2013 and Still More to Come…

    by • October 29, 2013 • Business , Interviews , The Many Faces of Success 0 Comments

    Pascal-Ly

    “We think of success as only measured by your money. / But, money never lasts. / In fact, it’s only last / on the list of impactful things you can ask for / …So, with that – we need us a plan…” – Wale, The Perfect Plan Welcome to The Many Faces of Success...

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    The 3 Types of Practice: How Efficient Is Your Learning?

    by • July 19, 2013 • Learning New Skills 0 Comments

    Anders Ericsson

    10,000 Hours Isn’t The Most Important Thing In Anders Ericsson’s Work The most well-known thing that comes out of Anders Ericsson’s work research is the often-quoted 10,000 Hours Rule: the amount of deliberate practice it takes to reach world-class mastery in something. The 10,000 Hours Rule is also often attributed, incorrectly, to Malcolm Gladwell...

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    by • March 19, 2013 • Learning New Skills , •

    I’m going to make a case for an important skill that anybody wanting to achieve success should look to develop and harness: overconfidence. Yes, that’s right. Overconfidence. Otherwise called: “cockiness”, “arrogance”, or to my UK friends, better known as “Alan Sugar Syndrome” People hear all of the time that they should approach things with...