You don’t need to already be great, in order to learn to be great. Yet, we default to treating skills like that.
“Oh, I’m not good at this, I guess I’ll stop…”
No! Don’t stop because you’re not good, if you really want it, keep going because you’re not good yet.
I don’t care what your genes say, or how much talent you have or don’t have. Mastering a skill requires effort and persistence. If you practice those and are willing to put in the time, greatness is inevitable.
Daily habitual challenges make the master.
Even a little effort done consistently goes a long way towards greatness.
Stay BOLD, Keep Pursuing,
— Josh Waggoner