The most efficient way to learn is to practice. The difference between an expert and a beginner is the same between an athlete and a non-athlete. The most efficient way to learn is to practice.
It’s a nice phrase, and it’s true. To be an expert, you must have practiced a lot, and it doesn’t matter if you’ve had an extremely successful career. To be a beginner, you have to be willing to try new things, and to try new things, you have to be willing to fail. Every time you fail, you better learn from it.
In fact, it’s not really a failure if you just keep trying. There is a time and a place for failure. Fail fast and often, and you’ll succeed. It’s just that the only people who get to the point of failure are those who haven’t been successful at all. The only thing you have to be successful at is to not get discouraged, and to be willing to get right back up and try again.
So Tim Tebow, the QB for the New York Jets, is a guy who has taken a lot of flack for his off-the-field issues. But there’s a reason he’s been an MVP candidate for this Minnesota team. He’s not only a great quarterback, but he’s also one of the most successful athletes in the NFL (in terms of total games played and touchdowns).
Yeah, hes been really successful at almost everything in football, and hes the best player in the league at almost all positions (and all sports) in terms of total games played.
He can certainly play QB, and hes also a great athlete. But the reason hes been successful so much is because hes the only player in the league that hes willing to do whatever it takes to win. Every other QB in the league, from Peyton Manning to Tom Brady and Matt Schaub to the Chiefs’ Patrick Mahomes, are selfish, spoiled, or just plain lazy.
Most QBs are selfish because they are so comfortable with their place on the field. To an extent, they also take for granted a lot of other things that they are not comfortable with. Most QBs also take for granted a lot of other things that they are not comfortable with because there is no real way for them to change, so they just get comfortable. But Tim Tebow is the best QB in the league because he is willing to do whatever it takes to win.
But he’s not the only quarterback in the NFL. In fact, there are actually many other quarterbacks in the league that are willing to do whatever it takes to win. Some of the most accomplished quarterbacks in the league, like Drew Brees, Aaron Rodgers, and Tom Brady are also willing to do whatever it takes to win.
And when these QBs win, it is usually not because they are really good at football. They are actually willing to do anything to win because they are just so good at football that they are willing to do whatever it takes to win.