The Misperception of Mastery #43

Most of us, when we have conversations about what Mastery is, we immediately think, I’m not a master.

I started martial arts when I was 18. John started when he was 18. Two years later, he and I were doing it together. It was valuable. We did the effort, we were doing it every single day, a couple hours a day doing the work that needed to be done, but I wouldn’t have called myself a master. I had a black belt that kind of showed that I may have been masterful, but I didn’t feel that way,

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