To be brilliant —
and therefore, be anything else we desire —
We must adopt models.
A model is a particular way of thinking and seeing. Systems in place to act upon.
It can be something you create, or something you adapt from someone else.
In fact, people we look up to are models (role models).
Ideally, you have a model for each area you want to be brilliant at,
and to do that, you find models of excellence to test and make into your own.
A model is something you work towards every day — something you continuously iterate and improve —
but it’s worth it because it works for you.
Meaning, you don’t have to start from scratch, you have a framework to build upon.
And if (when) I fail miserably some days, that’s okay because it’s not one and done —
models are daily practices towards brilliance (and success).
‘Brevity is the soul of wit.’ Email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) your thoughts on this post. Can you reduce the essential idea further?