Today I just read two posts about how to improve from blogs of very diverse topics such as swimming and leadership.
The blog post about swimming is from coach Terry Laughlin:
Psychologists who study the acquisition of excellence say that only a tiny percentage of people in ANY discipline work purposefully and continuously at improving. The vast majority are satisfied to simply be DOING.
The blog post about leadership is from marketer Seth Godin:
The most important and difficult form of management (verging on leadership) is to encourage people to do better.