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  • 1. The Talent Code Greatness Isn't Born. It's Grown. Here's How. Saturday, November 9, 13
  • 2. What makes people 'talented'? • • Are people born naturally talented? Or is talent based upon hard work and commitment? Saturday, November 9, 13
  • 3. It's all about the “myelin” • • How does it work? • • It’s not about “talent” It’s about how much you work • • Deeper practice means more “talent” Example: Rodger Federer What does this have to do with talent? Saturday, November 9, 13
  • 4. Deep Practice “Chunk it up” Absorb Get involved with practice: imitation Break it into chunks Organize practice into smaller pieces Slow it down Take time to practice correctly Repeat Learn to feel it Saturday, November 9, 13
  • 5. Deep Practice Clarissa: Ordinary thirteen-year-old clarinet player Absorbed: imitates teacher’s interpretation Break it into chunks: Plays riffs at a time Slow it down Stops and starts repeatedly Saturday, November 9, 13
  • 6. Ignition • • How do we ignite a “hotbed”? Consider “ignition” as “inspiration” Curaçao’s Little League Success “The message of Jones’s success was translated and amplified into a reliable combination of primal cues” Beginnings: inspired by Andruw Jones’s success o Primal Cues: Cultural love of the game for generations o Asperation: Dreams of All-Star Success • Saturday, November 9, 13
  • 7. Master Coaching: Talent Whisperers • • • Ron Gallimore and Roland Tharp founded Kamehameha Early Education Project (KEEP) UCLA coach John Wooden o No speeches, no punishments or praise 75% of what he said was information o Honing circuits o KEEP scores improved Improve best when you’re rewarded for hard work Psychologist found that students are more motivated to study and ultimately do better Saturday, November 9, 13
  • 8. Master Coaching: Talent Whisperers • • • "Coaching Love" Majority of talented people have average coaches Example: Mary Epperson o o "Regards children as little adults" Praise when correct, request to retry when wrong Saturday, November 9, 13
  • 9. Self-Learning Connection Master Coaching Having someone inspire you to keep working can be effective However, your greatest coach is yourself Ignition Make yourself passionate about learning Find your own source of ignition Saturday, November 9, 13
  • 10. Self-Learning Connection Deep Practice: Absorb Study deeply, not necessarily a lot Break it into chunks All-nighters are less effective than spreading out Slow it down Take time to make sure that you are learning Repeat Practice makes perfect! Saturday, November 9, 13