As I have become more familiar with the work and thinking of both Tim Ferriss and Josh Waitzkin, I can form a clear dichotomy between their writing. While both have an interest in attainment and skill acquisition, through Ferriss I see the embodiment of the Pareto principle to reach competency quickly, while with Waitzkin the focus is mastery.
A problem in this domain of work is that too many psychologists in the executive coaching field are side-lining their credentials and adopting what they perceive as a softer title to describe their chosen field.
A few weeks ago I had the privilege of attending a training session with Asian Games gold medallist judoka Tatsuaki Egusa. The