How to increase your ‘attractor factor’

by on 02/11/2014

mastery “Only one who devotes himself to a cause with his whole strength and soul can be a true master. For this reason mastery demands all of a person.” – Albert Einstein

Once you gain ‘mastery’ of your craft, you stand out.

But what does gaining mastery mean?

Mastery is not a goal or a destination.

It is a path you take to become outstanding at something.

In Karate, the basic moves between a white belt and a black belt are the same.

But the back belt has ‘practiced’ the moves much better than a white belt.

Psychologist Anders Ericsson introduced the idea of 10,000-hour rule to gain mastery.

He recognised that elite performers gained mastery over their craft by deliberately practicing over 10,000 hours.

The pursuit of mastery bears gifts.

The reason?

In pursuing mastery both your confidence and success, competence grows.

You will be seen as a talented person who can produce better results.

You become sought after.

In other words, you become attractive.

Gaining mastery exponentially increases your ‘Attractor factor’.

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