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10-美文好心情:向你的完美主義說再見
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10-美文好心情:向你的完美主義說再見

 

 

來源:http://www.for68.com/new/201112/qi60376109222111028544.shtml

 

      Jonathan Fields recently wrote an excellent piece on how the key to getting better at something is to make more bad stuff. That is a powerful message. In a world filled with perfectionists who don't want to share what they've created with anyone unless they think it is perfect, the best way to get better is actually with hands-on practice. And the best way to practice is by trying over and over again until you stop failing miserably. Jonathan uses the example of building a guitar, but wanting the first one to be perfect.

   'Go and make a really bad guitar.' Stop waiting around, go buy a kit and do it. Today. The first one……will be bad. Maybe really bad. But you'll learn more making one bad guitar than you will waiting to do something and then taking a course that teaches you how to do it right.

   You'll understand a lot more about the "why" behind good and bad building, and that'll put you in a radically different position to do it better moving forward. - Jonathan Fields

  There Are No Shortcuts When we asked whether or not there are shortcuts to becoming an expert, many of the responses revolved around a single themeThe quickest path to expertise is to take direct action, get a lot of experience, and work your ass off. There may be some mental or physical tricks that you can use to save a little bit of time, but major shortcuts just don't exist to becoming an expert.

  There's a lot of emphasis on trying to accelerate the path to success by spending a ton of time studying the methods of those have succeeded before us in the hope that we'll be able to avoid many of the mistakes they made. - Jonathan Fields

  There is no system to game, way to cheat, or 30 steps to success that you can use to become the best at something. Practice and focus are the key. Yes, you should learn necessary things such as the safety procedures before you do something dangerous like rock climbing or strenuous like running a marathon, but just get out there. Go for a climb. Go for a run.

   Learn from what you did, not what you read. End the Analysis Paralysis By spending too much time with your nose in a book, reading how-to articles online, or watching video tutorials you will hurt the speed of your learning by not putting yourself out there, trying to do great work, failing, and then getting better. So, learn, what you can, but at the same time, get your head out of the classroom and start making more bad stuff. - Jonathan Fields Don't worry about how bad you do the first time. You learned to walk as a child by continually falling on your face trying to take your first steps.

   Life is the same way. Be so determined that no matter what happens the first time you try to do something you will try again. Keep yourself from focusing too much on the failure. Decide at the start that you just need to reach completion once in whatever way you can. Then do it again, and again, until you are satisfied with the results.

  There's no greater accelerant along the path to genius than a flaming trail of crap. - Jonathan Fields

  What is one thing you have been putting off doing for far too long?

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當你第一次學習或完善技能,無論是烘烤,射箭,或公開演講,很容易卡住週期分析癱瘓。你想了解你可能之前你實際上做任務,但最終你浪費時間,而不只是試圖做準備自己。職業棒球大聯盟的投手不引發一場完美的比賽,每次他們玩,那麼為什麼你是完美所有的時間嗎?

 

喬納森場最近寫了一篇關於如何得到更好的東西,關鍵是要更壞的東西佳作。這是一個強有力的信息。誰不想分享他們已經與其他人創建的,除非他們認為這是完美的完美主義者的世界裡,最好的辦法,以獲得更好的是實際動手實踐。練習的最佳方式是通過嘗試一遍又一遍,直到你停止失敗了。喬納森使用的建設吉他,但想第一個是完美的例子。

 

“去作一個非常糟糕的吉他。” 停止等待了,去購買一個工具包,並做到這一點。今天。第一個......會壞。也許真的不好。但你會學到更使一個壞的吉他會比你等著做的東西,然後服用一個療程,教你如何做到這一點。

 

你有更多了解“為什麼”的背後,好的和壞的建設,你將在一個完全不同的位置,做更好前進。- 喬納森領域的

 

有沒有捷徑可走,當我們問及是否有捷徑成為專家,圍繞一個主題的答复:專業知識的最快路徑是採取直接行動,得到了很多經驗,和工作,你的屁股。可能有一些精神或身體的技巧,您可以使用以節省一點時間,但主要的捷徑就是不存在,成為一個專家。

 

試圖加快通往成功的道路,通過學習這些方法,花費大量的時間,希望我們將能夠避免許多的錯誤,他們已成功地擺在我們面前的是一個非常重視。- 喬納森領域的

 

比賽中,以欺騙方式,或30步成功,您可以使用成為最好的東西是沒有系統。實踐和重點是關鍵。是的,你應該學習必要的東西,如安全程序之前,做一些像攀岩或像跑馬拉松的艱苦危險,但只要走出去。去爬升。去運行。

 

了解你做了什麼,而不是你讀。結束分析癱瘓,花費太多時間與你的鼻子一本書,在線閱讀How-to文章,或觀看視頻教程,你不把自己在那裡會傷害你的學習速度,努力做偉大的工作,否則,然後漸入佳境。因此,學習,什麼都可以,但在同一時間,讓你的頭走出教室,並開始做更壞的東西。- 喬納森場不要擔心多麼糟糕,你第一次。你作為一個孩子學會走路,你的臉,試圖把你的第一個步驟上不斷下降。

 

生活是相同的方式。被這樣的​​決定,不管發生什麼事情你第一次嘗試做一些事情,你將再次嘗試。遠離自己過多側重於失敗。決定在一開始,你只需要達到任何方式可以完成一次。然後再做到這一點,並再次,直到你滿意的結果。

 

有沒有沿天才路徑大於助燃劑燃燒的廢話線索。- 喬納森領域的

 

你已經拖延太久做的一件事是什麼?

 

是有東西,你是太害怕了,開始趕製,因為你不想失敗?

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