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True Measure of a Person

Author: Gil Ash
Posted on September 24, 2019

Failure is inevitable and for most it is the most feared confrontation of their life and at the same time, it is a necessary part of skill building. I said something the other day in a way that I have never said before....when correcting from a failure you are actually explaining to your brain in more specific terms exactly what you want it to do on the next attempt!!  I’ve never looked at it in that way and mo... Read more…

Wisdom Through Failure

Author: Gil Ash
Posted on September 17, 2019

Wisdom can come to you in the most unusual of places.... a lot of times through failure!!! When you combine wisdom with optimism you can get the perfect storm of rapid skill development because you finally realize that failing is the key that opens the door to doing something better and better and better.  Optimism comes from two that there is a God and a willingness to walk through life without kno... Read more…

Three Myths of Skill Building

Author: Gil Ash
Posted on September 10, 2019

In studying skill building we have come across something that we think you will find as interesting as we did... The three myths of skill building   Skill is Genetic....she is a NATURAL....he was just borne with a natural ability few posses...... While being tall can be an advantage in playing basketball or first base in baseball or playing tennis the same advantage is not there as ... Read more…

Value of Practice & Training

Author: Gil Ash
Posted on September 3, 2019

The true value of practice and training is that they allow for you to train your brain to anticipate farther and farther into the future. Repetition begins the process and detailed correction allows for it to improve. The most skillful person in the room is the one who through experience can anticipate farther in front of what is happening than anyone else in the room.  Read more…

You Live in the Past!

Author: Gil Ash
Posted on August 27, 2019

You don’t know this because your brain lies to you and then covers up the lies, which is a good thing. If your brain didn’t fudge reality, you wouldn’t be able to hit a baseball, drive a car, or even carry on a conversation.  It takes about 80 milliseconds for the brain to generate consciousness, to take the information flowing in and construct a model of reality from moment to moment. Everything you think is h... Read more…