Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Mastery Is An Asymptote

It’s true how mastery is an asymptote. No one is ever a complete master of anything. There may be someone that is really good at a task, but that person is not a complete master of it. No matter how much this person practices this task, he will only reach closer to mastery but never reach it. The person will never reach mastery because there is going to be some faults in the way this person executes the task. Even though these faults may not be big, they are still there and block the path to complete mastery.

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