Masters Are Made

You don’t need to already be great to learn to be great.

Even a little effort done consistently goes a long way toward adding up to something great.

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.

Vincent van Gogh has said it best, “Great things are done by a series of small things brought together.”

Daily habits and challenges make the master.

Plus we actually need to put our work out there helps. It’s hard to sell something if you don’t sell it. Or get better at writing if you don’t write. Or become an illustrator if you don’t draw. Or entrepreneur if you don’t connect and build.

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