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To Do Your Best Work, Use the 85% Rule

Take it slow to achieve greater things

Carl Lewis during the 1993 World Track and Field Championships. (Photo:
Gilbert Iundt; Dimitri Iundt/Contributor/Getty Images).

Recently, while listening to a podcast, I heard an anecdote that transformed the way I work.

It was an episode of The Tim Ferris Show, and Hugh Jackman, a guest, was recounting a story about a sprint coach who was fascinated by Carl Lewis, the legendary track and field star who’s won nine Olympic gold…

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