How to Apply the Principles of Fast Learning to Become a Better Writer

A Writer's Path

by Rafal Reyzer

You’ve heard that to become proficient at any specialized skill, you need at least 10,000 hours of deliberate practice. This view has been popularized by Malcolm Gladwell through his book The Outliers. The 10k rule has since been debunked, and we intuitively know that improvement doesn’t take so long. However, the meme still lingers in the popular consciousness. 

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