Thursday, August 26, 2010

On Being Excellent at Anything

Tony Schwartz identifies six keys to achieving excellence he has found to be most effective for his clients.  Drawing on his experience as a tennis player, he summarizes the keys as:
  1. Pursue what you love.
  2. Do the hardest work first.
  3. Practice intensely.
  4. Seek expert feedback, in intermittent doses.
  5. Take regular renewal breaks.
  6. Ritualize practice.
See the blog post at: Six Keys to Being Excellent at Anything.

Perry Cone practices insurance, compliance and government law, and consults for in-house counsel, from the Tallahassee office of GrayRobinson. He writes from his perspective as a former general counsel, legal executive, and leader in the Florida insurance industry. Visit Perry's blog at

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