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msg #47825
Ignore judgetrade
11/5/2006 5:32:03 PM

well Gallup ( defines delibarate practise a bit different:
do what you like or even love, only then you find your talents and only then you will delibaratly practice. To like hard work, is also a talent!

Michael Schuhmacher loves racing. If he would not love so desparatly, he would not be a great racer. It stroke me, when he answerd to the question: What would you have done, if you would not have been a racer. He Said: Well, I would repair cars, I love to repair cars, I would live a happy live as well.

I belive every word!

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msg #47830
Ignore TheRumpledOne
11/5/2006 7:45:42 PM

Scientific American, Inc.
Magazine Content
August 2006 issue

The Expert Mind
Studies of the mental processes of chess grandmasters have revealed clues to how people become experts in other fields as well
By Philip E. Ross

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msg #47855
Ignore atrainer
11/6/2006 10:05:21 PM

The Law of Success in Sixteen Lessons by Napoleon Hill is the foundation by which we look at success and greatness today!

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