Moving to Mastery - Embracing the Near WinNovember 12, 2014
Masters of their craft know that success means nothing if it can’t be recreated multiple times over. The quest for greatness extends beyond the achievement of a single goal. Mastery is developed by constantly reaching and striving to achieve more.
In this TED Talk, art historian Sarah Lewis explores the role of the almost-failure in the pursuit of mastery. Artists don’t view every piece of art they create as a total masterpiece. Missing the mark only fuels the drive to improve. Therefore, the gift of the near win must be valued. Coming close to achieving what you set out to achieve can help you to attain more than you ever thought you could.
To learn more, watch the video Embrace the Near Win.