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Here’s How 73 Experts Shortened Their Learning Curve

If you’re learning a new skill, there’s always a process.

In his book, Outliers, Malcolm Gladwell popularized the 10,000 Hour Rule. Basically, you need to practice something for 10,000+ hours before you become an expert.

That’s not a rule at all, and I think it’s incredibly inaccurate.

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Creating useful content | 4x Top Writer | Currently building ➔ NolanMarket.com

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