Friday Aug 15
Social media mogul all about next big thing
In his book The Outliers, author Malcolm Gladwell wrote that researchers settled on the magic number of 10,000 hours for achieving true expertise.
Dealing with Adversity in Your Career
'You'll never make it,' Joyce DiDonato said at the 109th Commencement speech at the Juilliard School in May 2014.
How to Hire (Not So Simply) the Best
I have always been fascinated by what we can learn from looking at what I call "edge cases" - what Malcolm Gladwell called "Outliers" in his book.
Dennis Richardson has put in the time, but will it pay off?: Guest opinion
In "Outliers: The Story of Success," author-philosopher Malcolm Gladwell draws attention to K. Anders Ericsson's study that excellence is achieved only after 10,000 hours of practice.
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Dr. Elaine Heffner: Marching to a different drummer
Adding to the discussion about whether children need to work harder to achieve the standards set by the Common Core curriculum is a renewal of the controversy over innate ability vs. practice.