They say Olympians train an average of 24 hours a week (30 if you’re an elite Olympian like Michael Phelps.  60 if you’re a Greatest-of-All-Timer like Tiger Woods).  24 hours a week breaks down to 3 hours, 25 minutes every single day, 365 days a year.  
If you practice something that much, then after 8 years, you’ll rack up about 10,000 hours of practice.  At that point, you will more or less be world-class at that thing.
I want to be a world-class House Music producer.  Starting today, I’m putting in my 3:25. What do you want to be?  Join me.

(download the hi-res picture at http://bit.ly/325worldclass)

They say Olympians train an average of 24 hours a week (30 if you’re an elite Olympian like Michael Phelps.  60 if you’re a Greatest-of-All-Timer like Tiger Woods).  24 hours a week breaks down to 3 hours, 25 minutes every single day, 365 days a year.  

If you practice something that much, then after 8 years, you’ll rack up about 10,000 hours of practice.  At that point, you will more or less be world-class at that thing.

I want to be a world-class House Music producer.  Starting today, I’m putting in my 3:25. What do you want to be?  Join me.

(download the hi-res picture at http://bit.ly/325worldclass)

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