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What It Takes to Become an Expert

Malcolm Gladwell introduced the 10,000 Hours of Practice rule, which he claims is how long it takes to truly master a skill. The exact number may not be important, but it surely does take time and practice to hone our skills. Taking a quick coding course is useful, but to be an expert, there's no shortcut.

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Lee Copeland
The Fallacy of Ten Thousand Hours to Achieve Mastery

In his book Outliers: The Story of Success, Malcolm Gladwell asserts that it takes about ten thousand hours of practice to achieve mastery in a field. But practice has its limits. Naomi Karten explores other reasons that contribute to becoming an expert—whether at your job or in your golf game.

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Naomi Karten
How Well Do You Convey Your Expertise to the World?

There are two facets of being an expert—having the knowledge and skills to be an expert and being seen as an expert by others. Anuj Magazine looks at what it means to be an expert and why it's important for experts to examine how they convey their expertise to the world.

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Anuj Magazine