“We spend a lot of time trying to improve our perceptions on very particular tasks, whether it’s a jet fighter pilot learning how to fly or a baseball player learning to hit a fastball or child with dyslexia learning how to read. Although we currently assume that the only way to improve is to constantly practice—in technical speak, the act of practicing provides a ‘permissive signal’ that allows the accompanying stimulation to ‘drive learning’—this research demonstrates that we can also improve through mere exposure. Furthermore, our obsession with practice comes with serious drawbacks, since the tedium of practice can prove discouraging for beginners.”
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Actor, author, and director Jesse Eisenberg demystifies the role of anxiety and self-doubt in leadership.
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