There’s a story of a famous violinist who was met by a fan after a concert.

“I would give my life to be a great violinist like you,” she exclaimed excitedly.

“I did!” responded the violinist.

The great artist, Michelangelo once said, “If people knew how hard I worked to get my mastery, it wouldn’t seem so wonderful after all.”

True mastery is rare.

It takes massive commitment.

It takes intense and prolonged focus.

It takes persistent practice of the fundamental skills of your craft.

Most people can’t be bothered or can’t see the point.

But you’re not most people.

You want to change the world!

So, commit yourself to become a genius in your field.

Do the unseen work and never stop learning.

And become one of the rare masters.

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