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วันจันทร์ที่ 16 กุมภาพันธ์ 2015 เวลา 08:05 น.

 

What Really Separates World-Class Performers from  Everybody Else
Geoff Colvin - Senior Editor at Large, FORTUNE
2008, Portfolio/The Penguin Group: New York, NY
The main point of this book is that by understanding how  a few become great, anyone can become better.
Summary by Douglas W. Green, EdD -
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Talent Is Overrated
 

The Mystery

When asked to explain why a few people are excellent at what they do, most people attribute it to hard work and Godgiven talent. Drawing on abundant research, Colvin finds that talent advocates have a hard time demonstrating that natural gifts they can substantiate are important in attaining great performance. The factor that seems to explain the most about great performance is what researchers call deliberate practice. It is hard and it hurts. It is not, however, what most of us do on the job every day, which explains why experience doesn’t always lead to better performance.


A study of accomplished musicians shows that skill is essentially a function of the amount of time they spend practicing.  Researchers have found few signs of precocious achievement before the individuals started intensive training. This suggests that if talent does exist, it may be irrelevant. When it comes to our genes, no specific gene has been identified to be associated with a particular talent. Colvin tells the stories of Mozart and
Tiger Woods and shows how both were guided and pushed by domineering parents who were determined to make their child  into something special. The business field contains many top performers who showed no great promise when they were  young. Henry Ford, Jack Welch, and Warren Buffett are examples.

  


How Smart Do You Have to Be?

Correlations between IQ and achievement aren’t nearly as strong as the data on broad averages would suggest, and in many cases there’s no correlation at all. When looking for leaders, companies like GE look for behaviors such as focus, clear thinking, imagination, and confidence. They also look  for energy, the ability to energize others, decisiveness, and  the ability to execute.

Three things don’t appear to drive great performance. They are experience, specific inborn abilities, and general abilities  such as intelligence and memory. Now we look for what  does.

 


Jerry Rice and Great Musicians

By all measures, Jerry Rice was the best wide receiver the  NFL has ever seen. While he was also the hardest worker,  his workouts focused on the skills he would need, and he  spent very little time playing football outside of games.  Studies of musicians show that solo practice is the most  important factor when it comes to getting better. The top  players also got more sleep and practiced when they were  fairly fresh. It seems that excellence in any field takes about   ten years, even for the top performers, and people who  practice in a deliberate manner can keep getting better after  twenty years or more.

  

  


Deliberate Practice Defined
Sometimes it’s easier to tell what deliberate practice isn’t.  Colvin uses his efforts of hitting golf balls at the driving range  as an example of practice that doesn’t result in improved  performance. Deliberate practice requires that one identify  certain sharply defined elements of performance that need  to be improved. In most cases people can only do so with   the help of an expert teacher in the field. One needs to work on skills and abilities that are just out of reach (learning zone)  rather than those that are already mastered (comfort zone) or
those that are too hard (panic zone). High repetition is the most important difference between deliberate practice of a  task and performing the task for real.

 

 

It’s Not Fun.

Deliberate practice requires focus and concentration, which  makes it mentally taxing and not likely to be a lot of fun. A  finding across disciplines is that four or five hours a day  seems to be the upper limit. “If you’re practicing with your  mind, you couldn’t possibly keep it up all day.” Feedback is another important feature. In sports you can usually see the  results of your efforts, but in sports and all other areas, feedback from a teacher, coach, or mentor is vital. Great  performers never allow themselves to reach the automatic, arrested-development stage. The essence of their practice is constantly tying to do the things they cannot do comfortably. One’s circumstances also play a part.


 

Talent Is Overrated.



 

 

The Mystery


Great performance is more valuable than ever but where does it really come from?

It is mid-1978, and we are inside the giant Procter & Gamble headquarters in Cincinnati, looking into a cubicle shared by a pair of twentytwo-year-old men, fresh out of college. Their assignment is to help sell Duncan Hines brownie mix, but they spend a lot of their time just rewriting  memos according to strict company rules. They are clearly  smart: one has just graduated from Harvard, the other from Dartmouth.   But that doesn’t distinguish them from a slew of other new hires at P&G. What does distinguish them from many of the young go-getters the company takes on each year is that neither man is particularly filled  with ambition. Neither has any kind of career plan or any specific career  goals.  Every afternoon they play waste-bin basketball with waddedup memos. One of them later recalls, “We were voted the two guys  probably least likely to succeed.”

  


These two young men are of interest to us now for only one reason:  They are Jeffrey Immelt and Steven Ballmer, who before age fifty would  become CEOs of the world’s two most valuable corporations, General Electric and Microsoft. Contrary to what any reasonable person would have expected when they were new recruits, they reached the absolute apex of corporate achievement. The obvious question is how.


 

Was it talent? If so, it was a strange kind of talent that hadn’t revealed itself in the fi rst twenty-two years of their lives. Was it brains? These  two were sharp but had shown no evidence of being sharper than thousands of their classmates or colleagues. Was it mountains of hard work? Certainly not up to that point.


 

And yet something carried them to the heights of the business world. Which leads to perhaps the most puzzling question, one that  applies not just to Immelt and Ballmer but also to everyone in our  lives and to ourselves: If that certain something turns out not to be  any of the the things we usually think of, then what is it?

 

Look around you.

Look at your friends, your relatives, your coworkers, the people you meet when you shop or go to a party. How do they spend their days?  Most of them work. They all do many other things as well, playing sports, performing music, pursuing hobbies, doing public service. Now ask yourself honestly: How well do they do what they do?

 

 

The most likely answer is that they do it fine. They do it well enough  to keep doing it. At work they don’t get fired and probably get promoted  a number of times. They play sports or pursue their other interests well enough to enjoy them. But the odds are that few if any of the people  around you are truly great at what they do—awesomely, amazingly,  world-class excellent.


Why—exactly why—aren’t they? Why don’t they manage businesses  like Jack Welch or Andy Grove, or play golf like Tiger Woods, or  play the violin like Itzhak Perlman? After all, most of them are good,  conscientious people, and they probably work diligently. Some of them  have been at it for a very long time—twenty, thirty, forty years. Why isn’t that enough to make them great performers? It clearly isn’t. The hard truth is that virtually none of them has achieved greatness or come  even close, and only a tiny few ever will.

  


This is a mystery so commonplace that we scarcely notice it, yet it’s  critically important to the success or failure of our organizations, the  causes we believe in, and our own lives. In some cases we can give plausible explanations, saying that we’re less than terrific at hobbies and games because we don’t take them all that seriously. But what about  our work? We prepare for it through years of education and devote most of our waking hours to it. Most of us would be embarrassed to add up the total hours we’ve spent on our jobs and then compare that number with the hours we’ve given to other priorities that we claim are more important, like our families; the figures would show that work is our real priority. Yet after all those hours and all those years, most people  are just okay at what they do.

 

 


In fact the reality is more puzzling than that. Extensive research in a wide range of fields shows that many people not only fail to become outstandingly good at what they do, no matter how many years they spend doing it, they frequently don’t even get any better than they were when they started. Auditors with years of experience were no better at detecting corporate fraud—a fairly important skill for an auditor—than were freshly trained rookies. When it comes to judging personality disorders,  which is one of the things we count on clinical psychologists to
do, length of clinical experience told nothing about skill—“the correlations,”  concluded some of the leading researchers, “are roughly zero.”   Surgeons were no better at predicting hospital stays after surgery than residents were. In fi eld after fi eld, when it came to centrally important skills—stockbrokers recommending stocks, parole offi cers predicting recidivism, college admissions offi cials judging applicants—people with lots of experience were no better at their jobs than those with very   little experience.

 

The most recent studies of business managers confirm these results.   Researchers from the INSEAD business school in France and the U.S.  Naval Postgraduate School call the phenomenon “the experience trap.”  Their key finding: While companies typically value experienced managers, rigorous study shows that, on average, “managers with experience did not produce high-caliber outcomes.” 

 

 


Bizarre as this seems, in at least a few fields it gets one degree  odder. Occasionally people actually get worse with experience. More  experienced doctors reliably score lower on tests of medical knowledge  than do less experienced doctors; general physicians also become less skilled over time at diagnosing heart sounds and X-rays. Auditors become  less skilled at certain types of evaluations.

  


What is especially troubling about these findings is the way they  deepen, rather than solve, the mystery of great performance. When  asked to explain why a few people are so excellent at what they do, most  of us have two answers, and the first one is hard work. People get extremely  good at something because they work hard at it. We tell our  kids that if they just work hard, they’ll be fine. It turns out that this is  exactly right. They’ll be fine, just like all those other people who work  at something for most of their lives and get along perfectly acceptably but never become particularly good at it. The research confirms that  merely putting in the years isn’t much help to someone who wants to  be a great performer.

  


So our instinctive first answer to the question of exceptional performance does not hold up.

 

Our second answer is the opposite of the first, but that doesn’t stop  us from believing it fervently. It goes back at least twenty-six hundred  years, to the time of Homer:


Call in the inspired bard
Demodocus. God has given the man the gift of song.


 

 

That’s from the Odyssey, one of many references in it and the Iliad to   the god-given gifts of various characters. We’ve changed our views on a lot of important matters since then—how the planets move, where diseases come from—but we have not changed our views on what  makes some people extraordinarily good at what they do. We still think  what Homer thought: that the awesomely great, apparently superhuman performers around us came into this world with a gift for doing exactly what they ended up doing—in the case of Demodocus, composing  and singing. We use the same words that the ancient Greeks used,  simply translated. We still say, as Homer did, that great performers are  inspired, meaning that their greatness was breathed into them by gods or muses. We still say they have a gift, which is to say their greatness  was given to them, for reasons no one can explain, by someone or something  apart from themselves.

  


We believe further that such people had the great good fortune to discover their gift, usually early in life. While this explanation of great  performance obviously contradicts the just-work-hard explanation, it’s much more deeply rooted and in some ways is more satisfying. It explains  why great performers seem to do effortlessly certain things that  most of us can’t imagine doing at all, whether it’s forming a strategy for a multibillion-dollar company or playing the Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto or hitting a golf ball 330 yards. The natural-gift explanation
also explains why extraordinary performers are so rare; god-given talents  are presumably not handed out willy-nilly.

  


This explanation has the additional advantage of helping most of us come to somewhat melancholy terms with our own performance. A  god-given gift is a one-in-a-million thing. You have it or you don’t. If you don’t—and of course most of us don’t—then it follows that you  should just forget now about ever coming close to greatness.

  


Thus it’s clear why most of us don’t dwell on the mystery of great performance. We don’t think it’s a mystery. We’ve got a couple of explanations  in our head, and if it ever occurs to us that the fi rst one is clearly wrong, well, the second one is what we really believe anyway.  And the nicest thing about the second explanation is that it takes the matter of great performance out of our hands. If we were really a natural  at anything, we’d know it by now. Since we’re not, we can worry  about other things.

  


The trouble with this explanation—except it isn’t trouble, it’s excellent  news—is that it’s wrong. Great performance is in our hands far  more than most of us ever suspected.

  


New Findings on Great Performance

It turns out that our knowledge of great performance, like our knowledge  of everything else, has actually advanced quite a bit in the past  couple of millennia. It’s just that most of the findings haven’t made  their way into people’s heads. Scientists began turning their attention  to it in a big way about 150 years ago, but what’s most important is the growing mountain of research that has accumulated in just the past 30 years. Conducted by scientists around the world, who have looked into  top-level performance in a wide array of fi elds, including management,  chess, swimming, surgery, jet piloting, violin playing, sales, novel writing,  and many others, these hundreds of research studies have converged  on some major conclusions that directly contradict most of what
we all think we know about great performance. Specifically:

  


          • The gifts possessed by the best performers are not at all what we  think they are. They are certainly not enough to explain the achievements  of such people—and that’s if these gifts exist at all. Some researchers now argue that specifi cally targeted innate abilities are simply  fiction. That is, you are not a natural-born clarinet virtuoso or car salesman  or bond trader or brain surgeon—because no one is. Not all researchers  are prepared to accept that view, but the talent advocates have  a surprisingly difficult time demonstrating that even those natural gifts  they believe they can substantiate are particularly important in attaining  great performance.

 

          • Going beyond the question of specific innate gifts, even the general  abilities that we typically believe characterize the greats are not what  we think. In many realms—chess, music, business, medicine—we assume that the outstanding performers must possess staggering intelligence   or gigantic memories. Some do, but many do not. For example,   some people have become international chess masters though they possess  below-average IQs. So whatever it is that makes these people special,  it doesn’t depend on superhuman general abilities. On that score,  a great many of them are amazingly average.

  


          • The factor that seems to explain the most about great performance is something the researchers call deliberate practice. Exactly what  that is and isn’t turns out to be extremely important. It defi nitely isn’t what most of us do on the job every day, which begins to explain the  great mystery of the workplace—why we’re surrounded by so many  people who have worked hard for decades but have never approached  greatness. Deliberate practice is also not what most of us do when we  think we’re practicing golf or the oboe or any of our other interests.  Deliberate practice is hard. It hurts. But it works. More of it equals better  performance. Tons of it equals great performance.

 

     While there’s a lot to be said about deliberate practice, a few initial   observations are key:


 

          • Deliberate practice is a large concept, and to say that it explains  everything would be simplistic and reductive. Critical questions immediately   present themselves: What exactly needs to be practiced? Precisely
how? Which specific skills or other assets must be acquired? The  research has revealed answers that generalize quite well across a wide  range of fields. It certainly seems daunting to seek a common explanation
for greatness in ballet and medical diagnosis, or insurance sales  and baseball, but a few key factors do seem to account for top performance  in those realms and many more.

  


          • Most organizations are terrible at applying the principles of great performance. Many companies seem arranged almost perfectly to prevent people from taking advantage of these principles for themselves or for the teams in which they work. That situation presents a great  opportunity for companies that understand the principles and apply them widely.

 


          • One of the most important questions about greatness surrounds  the difficulty of deliberate practice. The chief constraint is mental, regardless  of the field—even in sports, where we might think the physical demands are the hardest. Across realms, the required concentration is  so intense that it’s exhausting. If deliberate practice is so hard—if in  most cases it’s “not inherently enjoyable,” as some of the top researchers  say—then why do some people put themselves through it day after  day for decades, while most do not? Where does the necessary passion  come from? That turns out to be quite a deep question. But answers  are turning up.

 

The new understanding of great performance is especially powerful   because it seems widely generalizable. Researchers continue to test it  in an increasingly broad range of  fields, and it keeps holding up. So the  opportunity to apply it in all types of domains seems irresistible, and indeed doing so looks increasingly like an urgent task.   You might say that this new understanding has come along just in the nick of time, because the need for it in every field is greater than  ever. The reasons are many. Most apparent is the trend of rapidly rising
standards in virtually every domain.  To overstate only slightly, people  everywhere are doing and making pretty much everything better. We  see examples wherever we turn, starting in our own households. You’re  well aware that computers offer more power for fewer dollars every  year, but the same phenomenon is happening across industries. How  long did your parents’ car last? Maybe 50,000 miles? If you put 200,000  miles on your new Toyota, no one will think anything of it. It’s a similar  story with the car’s tires. A Whirlpool washer (or any other major  brand) has more functions, uses less water, requires less electricity, and  costs far less in inflation-adjusted dollars than it did five years ago. In  every industry worldwide, businesses have to perform at the highest  standard, and then get continually better, just to be competitive. Great  performance is becoming more valuable.

 

 

The trend is the same in virtually every field of individual human  performance. Consider sports, which not only are interesting in themselves  but also, as we shall see, have much to teach us about great performance in business and other realms—and not in the old-fashioned  winning-is-the-only-thing sense. We all know that sports records keep   getting broken, but we generally don’t appreciate just how dramatic the progress has been, or the reasons for it. For example, the Olympic  records of a hundred years ago—representing the best performance of any human being on the planet—today in many cases equal ho-hum  performance by high schoolers. The winner of the men’s 200-meter race   in the 1908 Olympics ran it in 22.6 seconds; today’s high school record  is faster by more than 2 seconds, a huge margin. Today’s best high school time in the marathon beats the 1908 Olympic gold medalist by  more than twenty minutes. And if you’re thinking it’s because kids today are bigger, that’s not it. Recent research by Dr. Niels H. Secher of the University of Copenhagen and others shows that size is no advantage  in running, since each stride requires you to lift yourself up. “The smaller you are, the better you are,” he says.

 

 

In any case, events in which size and power are irrelevant show the  same pattern of constantly rising standards. In diving, for example,  the double somersault was almost prohibited as recently as the 1924  Olympics because it was considered too dangerous. Today, it’s boring.

  


This matters because of why it’s happening: Contemporary athletes  are superior not because they’re somehow different but because they  train themselves more effectively. That’s an important concept for us to remember.

  


Standards in intellectual disciplines are rising at least as fast as in  sports. Roger Bacon, the great English scholar and teacher of the thirteenth  century, wrote that a person would need thirty to forty years of   study to master mathematics as then understood. Today the math he  was talking about—calculus hadn’t been invented—is taught routinely  to millions of high school students. No one thinks anything of it, but  consider what this means. The intellectual content of the material is  the same, and people’s brains aren’t any different; seven hundred and  some years isn’t nearly enough time for a broad upgrade in human  brainpower. Instead, just as in sports, the standard of what we do with   what we’ve got has simply risen tremendously.

  


When Tchaikovsky finished writing his Violin Concerto in 1878, he  asked the famous violinist Leopold Auer to give the premier performance.    Auer studied the score and said no—he thought the work was  unplayable. Today every young violinist graduating from Juilliard can  play it. The music is the same, the violins are the same, and human beings  haven’t changed. But people have learned how to perform much, much better.

  


New research shows that the trend is continuing, even in realms  where the standard already seems impressively high. For example, a  cleverly designed study of world championship games in chess found recently that the game is being played at a far higher level today than  it was in the nineteenth century, when the world championship was  first contested. Using powerful chess software, the researchers found  that former champions made many more tactical errors than today’s  players do. In fact, champions of yore would about match today’s players  just below the master level, not even approaching the grand master  or champion levels. The researchers concluded, “these results imply  dramatic improvements at the highest level of intellectual achievement   in the game of chess over the last two centuries.” Again, the game hasn’t changed, and not enough time has passed for human brains to have  changed. What has changed is that people are doing much more with  what they’ve got.

  


In business it’s overwhelmingly clear that standards of performance will continue to rise more relentlessly than they have in the past, thus  increasing the value of great performance. The most important reason  is that infotech has given customers unprecedented power, and with  that power they’re demanding more. We all understand this because we’ve all bought stuff online. As buyers, we receive more information than we could ever see before. We know what the car dealer paid for  the car. We know what prescription drugs cost in Canada. We know  that a college textbook costing $135 in the campus bookstore can be  ordered for $70 from England. And what we know and save as consumers  is nothing compared with what corporate buyers know about their  suppliers, and the cost savings it has suddenly become possible to squeeze out of them. As the strategy consultant Gary Hamel likes to  say, if customer ignorance is a profit  center for you, you’re in trouble.

 

 

 

The Challenge We All Face

It isn’t just companies that have to keep kicking up their performance  more than they ever did before. It’s each of us individually. The pressure  on us to keep getting better is greater than it used to be because of a historic change in the economy.

 

To understand what’s going on, we need to take a step back. How  many offers of credit cards do you get in the mail every day? Do your  kids get them? How about your pet? (It has happened.) Maybe you also receive unsolicited checks with your name and address printed in the  corner, and a letter urging you to write out those checks to pay some  bills. It’s happening because the world’s  financial institutions are awash  in money. They literally have more than they know what to do with,  and they’re saying: Take some, please!

 


Those financial institutions aren’t alone. Companies of all kinds have  far more money than they need. The cash held by U.S. companies is  hitting all-time records. Companies are using some of this money to buy back their own stock at record rates. When a company does this,  it’s saying to its investors: We don’t have any good ideas for what to do  with this, so here—maybe you do.

  


These are all manifestations of a much larger phenomenon. For   roughly five hundred years—from the explosion of commerce and  wealth that accompanied the Renaissance until the late twentieth  century—the scarce resource in business was fi nancial capital. If  you had it, you had the means to create more wealth, and if you didn’t,  you didn’t. That world is now gone. Today, in a change that is historically quite sudden, financial capital is abundant. The scarce resource is  no longer money. It’s human ability.

  


Such assertions run the danger of sounding like up-with-people fluff,  so it’s important to demonstrate that they’re true. Fortunately, the evidence  is easy to spot. It has become possible in recent years to create staggering amounts of shareholder wealth with business models that  use very little financial capital but tons of human capital. For example,   Microsoft has used about $30 billion of fi nancial capital from all sources over its corporate lifetime, and it has created about $221 billion of  shareholder wealth. By contrast, Procter & Gamble, one of the best managed  and most admired companies in the world, has used far more capital than Microsoft, about $83 billion, yet has created much less  shareholder wealth—about $126 billion.


 

Even more dramatically, Google has used only about $5 billion of  capital but has created about $124 billion of shareholder wealth. Contrast  that with, say, PepsiCo, another superbly managed company built  on a business model from an earlier age; using much more financial  capital than Google, about $34 billion, it has created much less shareholder  wealth, about $73 billion.

 


Microsoft and Google understand perfectly well that their success is  built on human capital. Both companies are famous for the scorching   intelligence of the people they hire and for the brutally rigorous tests.  they impose on job applicants. Bill Gates has said that if you took the  twenty smartest people out of Microsoft it would be an insignificant  company, and if you ask around the company what its core competency is, they don’t say anything about software. They say it’s hiring. They  know what the scarce resource is.

 

What makes this phenomenon so signifi cant is that it applies to all  companies, not just infotech wonders. Consider the most extreme case  of a company that would appear to rely almost entirely on financial capital, Exxon Mobil. It’s the largest company in the world, and its business  is arguably the world’s most capital-intensive. In recent years it  has been investing about $20 billion a year in its business, the largest capital investment program of any company in the world. But it has been giving even more—$33 billion in 2006—back to the shareholders  through dividends and stock buybacks, the largest-ever example of  “Here—maybe you can do something with this.” I asked the CEO, Rex

 


Tillerson, why he followed that policy. After all, Exxon earns tremendous  returns on the money it invests, far better than any of its major  competitors. So why not build shareholder wealth by investing more  than $20 billion a year? The constraint, he says, isn’t money, it’s people:

  


“You don’t just walk out on the street and hire an Exxon Mobil engineer  or geoscientist or researcher.” He could fund more projects, but he  doesn’t have enough qualifi ed people to manage them.  For virtually every company, the scarce resource today is human ability. That’s why companies are under unprecedented pressure to  make sure that every employee is as highly developed as possible—and as we shall see, no one knows what the limits of development are.   At the same time, a separate historic trend is putting individuals under unprecedented pressure to develop their own abilities more  highly than was ever necessary before, quite apart from anything their  employers may or may not do to develop them. That trend is the advent  of the firrst large-scale global labor market. We’ve had global product  markets for centuries and global capital markets for almost as long. But   labor markets were different. For most of human history, most work  has been place-based. Often it was tied to the location of customers;  farriers had to be where the horses were, bakers where the buyers were,  bankers where the depositors and borrowers were. Other work was tied to the location of the natural resources on which it relied. Miners had  to be where the coal was, fi shermen where the fish were. Detroit became  the car capital because it was the best spot at which to bring together,   via rail and Great Lakes shipping, the coal, steel, rubber, and other components   of a car, and from which to distribute to the nation.

 

 

Offshoring happened for decades, but for most of that time it wasn’t  a national obsession because it didn’t happen much; before the infoage, coordinating production in a foreign country was slow and cumbersome.

 

  


Thus the great majority of workers competed for jobs mostly  with other workers in their area, and when they competed more broadly,   it was mostly with workers in other parts of the country.

 


But today, many millions of workers in developed economies compete  for jobs with other workers around the world. The reason is that  a large and growing proportion of all work is information-based and doesn’t involve moving or processing anything physical at all. We’re all familiar with some of the results: workers in other countries answering   our customer service calls, reading our X-rays, writing our   software. Other developments may be more surprising. More than  a million American tax returns are prepared in India each year.   A major accounting firm audited a client company in London by flying  in a team of accountants from India, putting them up in a hotel for  three weeks, and flying them back; it was much cheaper than using  British accountants.

  


It’s all happening because the costs of computing power and telecommunications are in free fall. Processing information and moving it   around costs practically nothing. For those same reasons, offshoring of manufacturing jobs is also exploding. Coordinating global supply  chains has become so fast and precise that it’s now worthwhile to take  advantage of cheaper labor that happens to be halfway around the  world.

 

 

 

The result is that a fast-growing number of workers everywhere have   to be just as good—and just as good a value—as the very best workers in their fi eld anywhere on earth. It’s true that a few jobs can probably escape this brutal competition, but not as many as we’re tempted to think. You might suppose, for example, that dentists will always have to be where their patients are. Not so. Many consumers in Britain, where dentistry is a much-criticized part of the National Health Service,  are taking low-fare fl ights to Poland to get their dental work done by   well-trained dentists who charge bargain prices.

 


If you think your job isn’t exportable, you may be right—but think   about it hard before you relax.

  


“World class” is a term that gets thrown around too easily. For most  of history, few people had to worry about what world class was. But   now that’s changing. In a global, information-based, interconnected   conomy, businesses and individuals are increasingly going up against  the world’s best. The costs of being less than truly world class are growing,  as are the rewards of being genuinely great.

  


Understanding where extraordinary performance comes from would  be valuable at any time. Now it’s crucial.

  


It must also be said that the value of better understanding great  performance is more than just economic. Not that there’s anything  wrong with prosperity; most people want to be better off, and helping   them keep their jobs, fund their retirements, and pay for their kids’  educations—by helping them become better performers—can prevent  a lot of human suffering. But there’s more to life than work, and there’s  more to be good at than your job.

  


Being good at whatever we want to do—playing the violin, running  a race, painting a picture, leading a group of people—is among the  deepest sources of fulfillment we will ever know. Most of what we want  to do is hard. That’s life. Encountering problems, discouragement,  and disappointment is inevitable. So any knowledge about what makes  us better at the things we want to do—real knowledge, not myth or  conjecture—can be used not just to make us richer but also to make us  happier.

  


Researchers have uncovered and refined a great deal of such knowledge  over the past thirty years, and it holds tremendous promise  for making us better at undertakings of every kind. This knowledge has not been widely dispersed or well understood, which makes the  opportunity of applying it all the greater. Many of the findings are surprising;   in fact, though they’re ultimately full of promise and even inspiration,  many people resist them at first.

  


The nineteenth-century humorist Josh Billings famously said, “It  ain’t so much the things we don’t know that get us into trouble. It’s the  things we know that just ain’t so.” The first step in understanding the new findings on great performance is using them to help us identify  what we know for sure that just ain’t so.

 

 


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