I went to a Opera this past week. "Les Miserables" at the Ellen Eccles Opera Theatre in Logan and those actors and singers were astonishing, amazing and down right jaw dropping great. It made me think…….
At the Juilliard School of Music they found that the "elite" musicians had practiced 10,000 hours, the "good" musicians had practiced 8,000 hours, and those who might become music teachers had practiced 4,000 hours. This principle applies to all areas of life and careers, hockey players, mechanics, salespeople, writers, and every other person. Those who put in 10,000 hours of practice were among the top at what they did. As a matter of fact, they are in the process of becoming their best.
What are you doing to be the best in your field?
How much are you devoting to practice?
Do you know how to practice for your career? (You better find out)
Be the best….work on those 10,000 hours.
Make BIG things happen,