Kathy Sierra | How to Kick Ass

Kathy Sierra talks about expertise and neuroscience. The study of the differences between the world class performer and the average performer reveals something more important than genetics. Sierra shares several tips on how everyone can improve their performance and the most important factors in getting really good at something.

http://itc.conversationsnetwork.org/shows/detail3773.html#

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