Day 3 Books That Change Lives: Risk, Originality and Virtuosity

Peter Vidmar Risk Originality Virtuosity

Risk, Originality and Virtuosity

The Keys to a Perfect 10

by Peter Vidmar

Peter Vidmar takes his Olympic success and shows you how to push yourself to get extraordinary results. In gymnastics competition you can only receive a 9.4 score by doing the basic requirements. To achieve a “Perfect Ten,” you have to push your limits with a possibility of 0.2 more points in each of these three categories: Risk, Originality, and Virtuosity.“Good gymnasts pulled off all the fundamentals. Great gymnasts pulled off all the fundamentals and then added to their routines equal parts of R. O. V.”

Something Risky.
Something Original.
Something with Virtuosity.

You can learn to do the same with your life, by following these same methods in your life. You must go the extra mile to get these results. This is what makes all the difference in the world between good and great.

1. To expose to the chance of injury, damage, or loss; hazard. (to risk one’s life)
2. To incur the risk of; take the chance of. (to risk a fight)
Webster’s New World Dictionary

1. The quality or condition of being original.
2. The ability to be original, inventive, or creative.
Webster’s New World Dictionary

2. Great technical skill in some fine art.

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