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How to Find 10,000 Hours Of Taiji Push Hands Practice

In his book, “Outliers”, Malcolm Gladwell proposed the “10,000-Hour Rule”, claiming that the key to achieving world-class expertise in any skill, is, to a large extent, a matter of practicing the correct way for a total of around 10,000 hours. In this video Master Byron, who is very busy in his construction business, shares with us how to find the ten thousand hours in one’s busy daily life. Hope you enjoy and find your own way of Taiji (tai chi) practice.

This is a very useful video for your push hands practice from Master Byron. Please like it and share it with others.

Note that other Tai Chi styles or other levels may have different interpretations of this same topic, we hope people can appreciate this version.

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How To Learn Anything, Part 1

How To Learn Anything, Part 1

Have you had situation that you wanted to learn something but you did not, and your excuse was it was hard to learn or you were too busy to learn?
What is the best way to learn, the quickest way and the most effective way to learn?
We start with Malcolm Gladwell’s Outliers, and then Tim Ferris’s “4-Hour Workweek”, David Allen’s “Getting Things Done”. What do these 3 books have in common? What are the differences? I will introduce the best practices from the experts and provide a unified view of the learning process for different kinds of students.

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