Occassional thoughts about orienteering
Sunday, October 23, 2011
10,000 hours of practiceThere's a theory out there that you need 10,000 hours of practice to become an expert in just about anything. That's a lot of practice. But to be really good at something you need to practice a lot. To be a great orienteer, you need to do a lot of orienteering training.
I've been casually following Dan. Dan is in the early phases of an experiment. He started to play golf with the idea of completing 10,000 hours of practice and a goal of playing professionally. He started as a complete beginner.
Check out a video from the Dan Plan web page to get an idea of the project.
The Dan Plan Webisode Launch Promo from Dan McLaughlin on Vimeo.
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