How can I be the best at what I do?


We all want to be the best at what we do…and we can.

If we just slow down enough to be in the moment, instead of always thinking or looking at where we would like to be or whom we would like to be with.

The worst thing we do to ourselves is to compare ourselves with everyone else in your universe. It is a futile struggle to try to be ‘better’ than him/her.

But d’you know what matters? Not that you do better than everyone else, but that you do as best as YOU can IN the moment you are busy doing it. That you are PRESENT at the moment you are busy with your task, not wishing you were already further along.

10,000 Hours

Let’s get the most famous one out of the way first: Hard work pays off.

Malcolm Gladwell popularized the theory in Outliers: approximately 10,000 hours of deliberate practice at something can turn you into an expert.

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