“Anyone can get good at anything if they engage in “deliberate practice,” a very specific kind of training that, among other things, is unpleasant. Deliberate practice involves the pursuit of personal improvement via well-defined, specific goals and targeted areas of expertise —and who can give continuous feedback. It also requires constantly practicing outside of one's comfort zone.”

Anders Ericsson, Psychologist, Author: The making of an expert; How to make your kid good at anything