Not Yet Perfected

It requires practical and applied experiences over a period of time to begin to master a particular skill. Mastery requires that you start from a base level that is far from perfect, often learning from those that have made this similar effort for themselves. Until you would progress to mastery yourself, you will have to take the leap to work through the process.

Who has the courage to step up while others may be observing you? We know that without your owned experiences, you wouldn’t progress. Most will stop short of their potential for fear that they may look foolish in their early applications of learning the skill.

You’ll need a strong sense of believing in yourself to overcome any of these fears. Humility is necessary in your initial attempts while you are building a foundation and growing from it. Note, that fewer people are actually observing or caring about your early level of success being demonstrated than you might think. Stretching yourself toward perfection is a fairly lonely task, it only requires that you continue to believe what you can achieve until you do so.

“There are risks and costs to action. But they are far less than the long range risks of comfortable inaction.” — John F. Kennedy —

MITM

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