I’ve been writing for almost 16 years.
I have released books, written on a daily basis across a number of blogs, and I've written materials, frameworks, essays, and more...
All in all, it’s safe to say that I did the “required” 10,000 hours of work.
But all this time and mental energy didn’t make me better.
Popularized by Malcolm Gladwell in his 2008 release, Outliers, the 10,000-hour rule is a simple and effective way of saying, “if you want to be great, you’ve got to work, work, work.”
But there’s one aspect we tend to overlook: the type of work that we do.