Mastery Book: How to get better at anything overnight (it’s not what you think)

There’s no way around it, learning any skill involves brief spurts of progress followed by a little bit of a decline, and then a long plateau. 

In Jiu Jitsu, those plateaus are particularly painful. But they’re still necessary.

To master anything, it’s critical that you learn to practice not just for those spikes. In this video from our FightinStrong resource library, we cover how to enjoy practice just for the process in itself.

By the end of this video, you’ll understand how to instill a love the activity and keep kids practicing. Trust me, another spike is just around the corner. 

And one day, you’ll wake up as a master.

Here’s what else you’ll find within this video:

  • The danger of expecting constant improvement (0:58)
  • The truth about getting good at anything hard (1:57)
  • Why there aren’t a whole lot of masters around (2:56)
  • What “getting better overnight” really means (and how it can happen to you) (3:25)
  • The most important thing about the path to mastery (4:41)
  • How to fall in love with the process (6:12)

Stay strong,
Scott Sullivan