Mastery

To learn chess takes an hour. To master it takes a lifetime.

Studying is an art in itself, beyond the subject of study. I am interested in how to make the best of the limited time I have available to spend on chess study. I therefore explore methods and approaches toward study and mastery.

Book Review: Deep Work, by Cal Newport

Setting goals – Why telling others may be a bad idea

Book Review – Mindset, by Carol Dweck

There is no shortcut to success

How Great (Chess) Masters Think

Hard Work Works – Inspiration from a guitarist

Book review – The Score Takes Care of Itself by Bill Walsh

Is Practice Enough?

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