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The 10,000-Hour Rule: What Parents Need to Know
Talent, Hard Work, Deliberate Practice, Expertise, Grit, Resilience, Iteration, Incremental Gains and Attitudes toward Failure.
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What is the 10,000 Hour Rule and Why Do Parents Need to Know About It?

What is the 10,000 Hour Rule and Why Do Parents Need to Know About It? | The 10,000-Hour Rule: What Parents Need to Know | Scoop.it

by Ava Arsaga, Parent Cortical Mass

 

When somebody performs in an exceptional way, you might exclaim, "What talent!" But if you refer to the expertise as “talent,” you lose sight of the hard work it took that person to reach such a high level of achievement. You might mistakenly believe an innate ability caused their success. Knowing the 10,000-Hour Rule can free you from the myth of talent.

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The Introvert on the Podium

The Introvert on the Podium | The 10,000-Hour Rule: What Parents Need to Know | Scoop.it
With practice and an acquired trick or two, a writer learns to thrive as a public speaker.
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"First, I have realized that being “natural” comes from being practiced. I don’t know why this should be surprising."

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Grit Trumps Talent and IQ: A Story Every Parent (and Educator) Should Read

Grit Trumps Talent and IQ: A Story Every Parent (and Educator) Should Read | The 10,000-Hour Rule: What Parents Need to Know | Scoop.it

by Marguerite Del Giudice, National Geographic

 

An energetic researcher finds that self-control and grit are the most important tools students need to succeed.

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Researchers: Malcolm Gladwell was wrong. Practice isn't perfect.

Researchers: Malcolm Gladwell was wrong. Practice isn't perfect. | The 10,000-Hour Rule: What Parents Need to Know | Scoop.it

by By DAVID Z. HAMBRICK, FERNANDA FERREIRA AND JOHN M. HENDERSON, Dallas Morning News

 

There is now compelling evidence that genes matter for success, too. In a study led by the King’s College London psychologist Robert Plomin, more than 15,000 twins in the United Kingdom were identified through birth records and recruited to perform a battery of tests and questionnaires, including a test of drawing ability in which the children were asked to sketch a person....

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The 10000 Hour Rule Is Wrong and Perpetuates a Cruel Myth - Slate Magazine

The 10000 Hour Rule Is Wrong and Perpetuates a Cruel Myth - Slate Magazine | The 10,000-Hour Rule: What Parents Need to Know | Scoop.it

by David Z. Hambrick, Fernanda Ferreira, and John M. Henderson, Slate Magazine 

We are not all created equal where our genes and abilities are concerned.
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Debunking the Myth of the 10,000-Hours Rule: What It Actually Takes to Reach Genius-Level Excellence

Debunking the Myth of the 10,000-Hours Rule: What It Actually Takes to Reach Genius-Level Excellence | The 10,000-Hour Rule: What Parents Need to Know | Scoop.it

by Maria Popova, Brain Pickings

 

How top-down attention, feedback loops, and daydreaming play into the science of success.

The question of what it takes to excel — to reach genius-level acumen at a chosen endeavor — has occupied psychologists for decades and philosophers for centuries

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The 10,000 Hour Rule Is Not Real

The 10,000 Hour Rule Is Not Real | The 10,000-Hour Rule: What Parents Need to Know | Scoop.it
The biggest meta-analysis of research to date indicates that practice does not make perfect
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What Do Kids Really Learn from Failure?

What Do Kids Really Learn from Failure? | The 10,000-Hour Rule: What Parents Need to Know | Scoop.it

by Alfie Kohn, Huffington Post

 

There's reason to doubt the popular claim that kids have too little experience with failure. Or that more such experience would be good for them. What is clear is that the very environments that play up the importance of doing well make it even less likely that doing poorly will have any beneficial effect.

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Ten Thousand Hours of Practice? Don't Waste Your Time

Ten Thousand Hours of Practice? Don't Waste Your Time | The 10,000-Hour Rule: What Parents Need to Know | Scoop.it

Businessweek


Gladwell's rule is a typically pithy reformulation of the findings of the psychologist K.

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Practice may not be enough sans talent: Study

Practice may not be enough sans talent: Study | The 10,000-Hour Rule: What Parents Need to Know | Scoop.it
Economic Times
Practice may not be enough sans talent: Study
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In 1993, a study by psychologist Anders Ericsson swung the pendulum to the other side, stressing the importance of dogged practice far more than innate ability.
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We've Been Thinking About Talent The Wrong Way All Along

We've Been Thinking About Talent The Wrong Way All Along | The 10,000-Hour Rule: What Parents Need to Know | Scoop.it

by Daniel Coyle, Fast Company
We've Been Thinking About Talent The Wrong Way All Along

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Why 10,000 Hours Isn’t Enough to Make You Great

Why 10,000 Hours Isn’t Enough to Make You Great | The 10,000-Hour Rule: What Parents Need to Know | Scoop.it

Earlier this month a Princeton study was published that sought to debunk the belief, popularized by Malcolm Gladwell, that expertise was something that could be acquired with 10,000 hours of deliberate practice.

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Becoming an expert takes more than practice

Becoming an expert takes more than practice | The 10,000-Hour Rule: What Parents Need to Know | Scoop.it
Deliberate practice may not have nearly as much influence in building expertise as we thought, according to research published in Psychological Science, a journal of the Association for Psychological Science. The new study, from psychological scientist Brooke Macnamara of Princeton University and colleagues, indicates that the amount of practice accumulated over time does not seem to play a huge role in accounting for individual differences in skill or performance.
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How Experts Practice Better Than the Rest - Huffington Post

How Experts Practice Better Than the Rest - Huffington Post | The 10,000-Hour Rule: What Parents Need to Know | Scoop.it
You can't simply put in your time and log 10,000 hours. You have to practice deliberately on a specific skill. But what does that mean? What, exactly, does deliberate practice look like?...
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What is talent – and can science spot what we will be best at?

What is talent – and can science spot what we will be best at? | The 10,000-Hour Rule: What Parents Need to Know | Scoop.it
Practice and our genes are not the only factors when it comes to developing special abilities, writes Scott Barry Kaufman
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Why practice won't always make you perfect, despite what Malcolm Gladwell says - BRW

Why practice won't always make you perfect, despite what Malcolm Gladwell says - BRW | The 10,000-Hour Rule: What Parents Need to Know | Scoop.it
There’s nothing wrong with positive thinking. But one must be realistic.
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8 Ways to Embrace JOMO: The Joy of Missing Out - Yahoo Health

8 Ways to Embrace JOMO: The Joy of Missing Out - Yahoo Health | The 10,000-Hour Rule: What Parents Need to Know | Scoop.it

Yahoo Health

Perhaps most importantly, solitude allows us to engage in what psychologist Anders Ericsson calls Deliberate Practice.

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The '10000-hour' rule revisited: Why practice may not make perfect - CBC.ca

The '10000-hour' rule revisited: Why practice may not make perfect - CBC.ca | The 10,000-Hour Rule: What Parents Need to Know | Scoop.it
CBC.ca The '10000-hour' rule revisited: Why practice may not make perfect CBC.ca Gladwell, who has based much of the 10,000-hour rule on a study by Swedish psychologist Anders Ericsson, wrote that the thousands of hours Microsoft founder Bill...
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How to Learn and Master Any New Skill

How to Learn and Master Any New Skill | The 10,000-Hour Rule: What Parents Need to Know | Scoop.it
How to Learn and Master Any New Skill PsychCentral.com (blog) For instance, in his much-cited study of violinists — the one that showed the top tier had practiced more than 10,000 hours — Ericsson found the experts did so with full concentration on...
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'How We Learn,' by Benedict Carey

'How We Learn,' by Benedict Carey | The 10,000-Hour Rule: What Parents Need to Know | Scoop.it
'How We Learn,' by Benedict Carey New York Times

 

In “Outliers,” a fixture on best-seller lists since it was published in 2008, Malcolm Gladwell assured us that talent and intelligence matter little, but that 10,000 hours of practice in our chosen...

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Perfect, It Turns Out, Is What Practice Doesn't Make

Perfect, It Turns Out, Is What Practice Doesn't Make | The 10,000-Hour Rule: What Parents Need to Know | Scoop.it

by Alfie Kohn, Huffington Post

 

We may have to face the fact that our common-sense beliefs about excellence, or what we think ought to be the case about the importance of hard work, aren't necessarily true....

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Can Creativity Be Learned?

Can Creativity Be Learned? | The 10,000-Hour Rule: What Parents Need to Know | Scoop.it

The Atlantic

 

Popularly outlined in Malcolm Gladwell's Outliers, the idea is that the most notable creative individuals practice for at least 10,000 hours before becoming experts.

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Talent vs. Practice: Why Are We Still Debating This?

Talent vs. Practice: Why Are We Still Debating This? | The 10,000-Hour Rule: What Parents Need to Know | Scoop.it

by Scott Barry Kaufman, Creativity Post

 

The development of high achievement involves a complex interaction of many personal and environmental variables that feed off each other in non-linear, mutually reinforcing, and nuanced ways.

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How Do You Get to Carnegie Hall? Talent

How Do You Get to Carnegie Hall? Talent | The 10,000-Hour Rule: What Parents Need to Know | Scoop.it

by Benedict Carey, New York Times

 

A new review of research has restarted the argument over the relative importance of practice and native talent.

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How good can I get? How much time will it take? Is it possible I’m a natural at this (for once)? What’s the percentage in this, exactly?

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Study Shows that 10000 Hours of Practice Isn't the Magic Number - Lifehacker

Study Shows that 10000 Hours of Practice Isn't the Magic Number - Lifehacker | The 10,000-Hour Rule: What Parents Need to Know | Scoop.it
Study Shows that 10000 Hours of Practice Isn't the Magic Number
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The 10,000 hours of practice rule suggests that it takes about 10,000 hours of practice to master any skill.
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The last damn thing you'll ever need to read about setting and achieving goals:

The last damn thing you'll ever need to read about setting and achieving goals: | The 10,000-Hour Rule: What Parents Need to Know | Scoop.it
Everything you need to know about The last damn thing you'll ever need to read about setting and achieving goals:
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