Have you ever heard Red Hot Chilli Peppers play live?
„I fear not the man who has practiced 10,000 kicks once, but I fear the man who has practiced one kick 10,000 times.”
Welcome to the third episode of the Aga Podcast!
Everyone makes errors. The best musicians make errors. How they handle, it will tell you how good they are!
The best musicians have the skill of going forward from the error. They can play themselves out of these errors, these rabbit holes. It is either unnoticeable for the public, or you can simply marvel at how they do it.
3 TAKE OUT POINTS!
DEFINE THE SKILLS YOU NEED TO MOVE FORWARD FROM ERROR!
BE LIKE BRUCE LEE: PRACTICE VERTICALLY AND HORIZONTALLY
ERRORS ARE FEEDBACK ON YOUR LEARNING HISTORY UNDER THESE CIRCUMSTANCES
If you practice one behavior across various conditions, both vertically and horizontally, you will acquire bulletproof skills and handle every error.
- Resilience: ability to bounce back – in my dictionary, it means you have generalized certain skills across various conditions, and you can use them effectively.
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See you in two weeks! In the meantime… BEHAVE yourself!