Knowledge is the mental aspect of acquiring talent. Talent is the ability to do in the present moment that which one knows.
Myelin wrapping around the neural circuitry is the “what” of developing skill/talent. Deep Practice is the “how”.
The Three Rules of Deep Practice are Chunking, Repetition, and Integral learning.
“Feeling it” is the way children learn naturally. It is direct learning through the senses. It is the awareness of the environment without explanation.
Daniel Coyle defines four virtues of a master teacher: The Matrix, Perceptiveness, The GPS Reflex, and Theatrical Honesty .