Our popular business literature is full of proclamations on what mastery is and requires of people and organizations. I am particularly amused with the accepted idea that mastery is simply the result of 10,000 hours of practice. According to the conventional wisdom after that amount of time invested you’re considered to be a master.
Mastery is not about the time you put in because, in itself, mastery is timeless. In this podcast, I share some ideas about mastery and what’s really involved in being a Master Jedi style.
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