When most of us learn a new skill, we work to get just “good enough” and then we go on autopilot. We hit what jour­nalist and best­selling author Joshua Foer calls the “OK Plateau,” where we have gained suffi­cient skills for our needs and we stop pushing ourselves. But experts do it differ­ently. Looking at the research on everyone from incred­ible athletes to memory cham­pions, Foer has extracted four prin­ci­ples that describe how to push through the OK Plateau to achieve true great­ness. Watch this fantastic talk to learn strate­gies for devel­oping exper­tise in any field. · Go to Step outside your comfort zone and study your­self failing →