Research suggests it takes at least 10,000 hours to develop and master a new skill. But who has that kind of time? Listen in as Josh and Shelby talk with one SUCCESS staffer challenged to become a self-taught chef—and it didn’t take 10,000 hours. Plus we share a few principles that can be your guide to self-improvement.
- SUCCESS managing editor Jesus Jimenez takes control of his life, learns about himself—and masters a few new recipes in the process.
- Hear what his co-workers thought about his “last supper.” Plus, why Josh really, really dislikes meatloaf.
- What does learning a new skill mean? How do you move from goal-setting to goal-achieving? It starts with seeing opportunity.
- Josh remembers the smartest person in his childhood class and what she did to stay that way.
Favorite quote from this episode:
“It’s probably cliché, but breaking bread together is a great opportunity to just bond with somebody. Especially when you do it with love and for people you care about.”
You might also like:
- How I Grew by Learning How to Cook
- The 10,000-Hour Theory: Does Practice Make Perfect?
- 10 Steps to Serious Goal-Getting
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