Posts Tagged: Mastery

It’s All About Memory

I recently pubished a post on personal mastery in your current job vs moving up: https://www.govloop.com/profiles/blogs/moving-up-the-peter-principle-and-job-mastery Today, I read something that suggests that rather than deliberate practice, your memory capacity is actually the key difference between good and great: http://psychcentral.com/news/2011/10/06/key-to-greatness-is-working-memory-not-practice/30110.html What do you think GovLoopers? Could the hype about memory correct and if so, should… Read more »

On Becoming a “Word Artist” on Stage and Page: How to ASPIRE-2 – Critical Components of “Excellence”

Hi, In between working on the Gentoring ™ concept, I’m finishing my essay on ASPIRE-2. Email if you missed Part I which focused on the first six (ASP) “creativity” characteristics — Aggression & Accessibility Symbol & Synthesis Poignant & Playful Imagery & Irony Risk-Taking and Rhythm ‘n Rhyme Expressive & Excellence To read this essay… Read more »