Again about 10000 hours

Hello God!

Thank You very much for creating us every second. I feel Your Great Job in each my cells and sounds. You are in everywhere. You are always with us and You care about us because we are Your Best Creations, Your Masterpieces. Thank You for our way. It is a miraculous and wonderful.

I enjoy each my step on this planet. I remember the words from Castaneda – each hour is important. My life is rich, interesting and happy. I follow by my commitments to play the piano, to practice English, to do exercises and to write a post in my blog every day. My preparation to moving to USA is global. I am in excellent pianistic form and I am exceptionally good in writing. I am Success. I know it for sure.

Brian Johnston says today:

“Ericsson has argued that the cornerstone of all high expertise is not God-given genius but deliberate practice: the amount of time and energy you spend in deliberate practice. Mozart was Mozart not primarily because he had a unique gift for music but because from toddlerhood, he spent all his time using his gift. World-class chess players are not faster of thought, nor do they have unusually good memories for moves. Rather they have so much experience that they are vastly better at recognizing patterns in chess positions than lesser chess players—and this comes from the sheer amount of their experience. World-class piano soloists log 10,000 hours of solo practice by age twenty, in contrast to 5,000 hours for the next level of pianist, and in contrast to 2,000 hours for merely serious amateur pianists. The prototype of deliberate practice is one of Ericsson’s graduate students, Choa Lu, who holds the Guinness World Record for the amazing number of pi he memorized: 67,890! The advice that follows is straightforward: if you want to become world class at anything, you must spend 60 hours a week on it for ten years.

What determines how much time and deliberate practice a child is willing to devote to achievement? Nothing less than her character.” ~ Martin Seligman from  Flourish

“If we want to maximize the achievement of children, we need to promote self-discipline. My favorite social psychologist, Roy Baumeister, believes it is the queen of all the virtues, the strength that enables the rest of the strengths. There is, however, an extreme trait of self-discipline: GRIT. Indeed, Angela went on to explore grittiness, the combination of very high persistence and high passion for an objective.”

I love my life. I diligently and persistently have a joy for a living.

We are the Winners of Green Card Due to We are Perfect Life!

We are the Winners of Green Card Due to We are Pure Love!

We are the Winners of Green Card Due to We are Pure Luck!

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