If you’ve ever learnt to play an instrument, you’ll know that you start practising slowly and then gradually increase your speed as you manage to play the sequences flawlessly. If you make a mistake in the sequence, you repeat it until you’ve got it right, not once, but many times over. This repetition and discipline is one of the keys to mastery. Although we may all know and understand this, we often don’t apply it to our work life.
There are times in your life where you are expecting a certain outcome and you end up getting something completely different. Take a training course, for instance. You begin the course with the pretty rational expectation that you will walk out knowing more about the topic of the training. You may, or you may … Read moreWhat you gain isn’t always obvious