This should be quite enlightening!
During this free online symposium experience 30 performance enhancing interviews over 10 days, with replays available immediately.
You can listen to the first speaker, bestselling author Malcolm Gladwell presentation on “Desirable Difficulties” right away.
More than just a superb oxymoron, this phrase “Desirable Difficulties”, is a complete re-thinking of what you should DESIRE out of life.
Most of us think learning should be easy, and that ease leads to mastery and a better life, right?
Nope. It turns out that when you learn something, science has proven you will retain it better and perform better in the future if you experience challenge in the process.
This interview part of the 2014 Peak Performance Symposium. The interview is free so listen now!
In this brand new interview with Dawson Church, PhD – the host of the Peak Performance Symposium – Malcolm Gladwell reveals his newest research on something he’s calling “The Peer Effect.”
• What key action is undertaken by those underdogs who prevail in conflicts?
• How do you know you’re on the tail of a hot new idea?
• Why is challenging your own worldview essential to peak performance?
• Which activities can you deliberately initiate in order to spark your maximum level of creativity?
• Time for reflection is the scarcest commodity in the world. How do you guarantee you get it?
• What are “remote misses” and how do they make us more confident?
• Why is more not always better, and when does more stop being better?
The best part of it is they reveal how to stop struggling with your own Goliaths.
You can cut your problems down to size, just the way David did.
“Courage is not something that you already have that makes you brave when the tough times start. Courage is what you earn when you’ve been through the tough times and you discover they aren’t so tough after all.” – Malcolm Gladwell