It’s frustrating, uncomfortable, and even painful — but it separates those who achieve from those who don’t. I’m talking about deliberate practice.
Why do some “really talented people” never seem to achieve what they or we think they should? And some, with seemingly less talent, experience great achievement? The answer rests, in part, on Angela Duckworth’s psychology of achievement; particularly her achievement equation.
What should people expect of a pastor? What kind of leader should he be? I think this Vietnam veteran is spot on.