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Following the popularity of The Law of 10,000 Hours (The 10,000 Hour Rule), people started to be more and more interested about how to master a skill attaining the state of art. Mastery is an extremely profound booklet about this topic written by George Leonard in 1992.
Mastery: The Keys to Success and Long-Term Fulfillment enables you to master a non-inborn skill, in which journey there are ups and downs, difficult & easy, forward and backward, fall down and climb up… And tells you, whatever your talent is, you can always choose this way. It is not an end, but a kind of state and attitude. In other words, it focuses on the process rather than the target, and therefore, there is no real end point.
One important thought throughout the entire book is: reaching the peak of perfection is a process rather than a result. In this process, excessively thinking highly of goals will only make you lose potential and impetus for a long-term progress. Once you chose the road reaching the limit, you have to give up any short-term interests, give up excessive clinging to targets, and fight against the whole world chasing so-called quick fixes.
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