“The chef sharpens his knife on a daily basis in order to get the best cut’s possible. The race car driver tunes his engine before each and every race in hopes to maximize his efficiency. The writer continues to write himself a letter before deciding to move forward with the next chapter of his book. Fine tuning your skill‘s takes time and understanding. The monk continuously practices his breathing meditations in hopes of reaching nirvana. While the violinist practices in the mirror in front of her own audience to create the beautiful music of the orchestra.
Fine Tuning Your Skill’s
The famous saying “Jack of all trades, master of none.” Rings a bell for me right at this very moment for some odd reason. We must all fine tune the skill’s that we’ve received throughout life. When you’re good at something, there is much more to offer the world around you. The gifts that we were given are meant to be used to make this life a better one. Some of us are good at giving, others are good at organizing and many are great at being there for others. The time it takes to apply these skill’s relates to the performance you put on your life and the priorities that take place on a daily basis.
The event of sharpening your skill’s so that you are constantly on your toes is not a dead end. Leaving it up to the lack of time we have to focus on ourselves each moment we do, we gain an upper hand.
According to most successful people, they practice what they want to be good at every single day. A personal testimony of mine would be my own ability to network. I’ve worked and practiced to become a better networker throughout my life. With each interaction that I’ve had with the world around me was a learning experience that has taught me one lesson to another.
Question For The Day
Do you take the time out of your day to fine tune your skill’s? Do you know what you are good at and do you take the time to recognize it?
Being able to recognize your strong points is a process worth taking the time for. When you end up seeing your strong points you are able to build progress. Taking the time out of your day to build yourself as a person is a must.
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Written By: Will