Tuesday, May 19, 2015
Quality vs. success
The Rise, Sarah Lewis contrasts the "momentary nature of success and the unending process required for mastery."
That process, she says, is what's important--not the goal of success, which forever retreats into the distance.
It got me thinking about whether I'm more focused on "success" than mastery, perfection than the process, and recognition than relationships.
It made me wonder if slow is better than fast, cultivation, than harvest, learning, than winning, growth, than achievement, creativity, than conquest.
And I forced myself to sit in the yard under a tree for an hour on Sunday and watch my bees.
And today as I hiked to Wolf Den again, I wondered if it's really more about the quality of each step than about how fast I make the round trip.
Labels: a better fit, mastery, quality, success
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