the hard work is the shortcut

We look for shortcuts like this all the time: Yet when pursuing mastery it’s often more than four simple steps. For anything I’ve ever had to master it involved: Practice Repetition Revision Iteration More practice Making mistakes Redoing Revising You get the picture. No straight lines. Always a learning curve. Some curves steeper than others.Continue reading “the hard work is the shortcut”

The Painful Reality of the Shortcut

Posted this quote by Mark Twain on my Facebook page yesterday The secret of getting ahead is getting started I even decided to use it as my header on this site. It’s an exceedingly simple truth yet we spend most of our time ignoring “the start” – searching for THE SHORTCUT. Before we begin weContinue reading “The Painful Reality of the Shortcut”