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Tag Archives: outliers
Kid’s Quitting is Father’s Dilemma
She lasted 90 hours over three seasons. Maggie was not an outlier. Not in soccer. In Outliers author Malcolm Gladwell explains the “10,000 Hour Rule” which claims that the key to success is a matter of practicing a specific task for … Continue reading
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Kid’s Quitting is OK with Dad
“If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again. Then quit. There’s no point in being a damn fool about it.” W. C. Fields She lasted 90 hours over three seasons. Maggie was not an outlier. Not in soccer. … Continue reading