The Most Important Dance

How to Make the 10,000-Hour Rule Work for Your Family Today

The Last Dance—this spring’s ESPN documentary covering the 1997-1998 Bulls—has been phenomenally successful. In part, it owes its popularity to the dearth of live sporting events available to watch during the COVID-19 pandemic. But it’s also testament to the continued fascination with success, and specifically with what it takes to succeed at the elite level of professional athletics.

The Last Dance focuses on the career of Michael Jordan—his childhood playing basketball with his brothers in the driveway, his explosion onto the college scene at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, and his early draft pick to the then-dismal Chicago Bulls in 1984. What the...


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