Tag Archives: Mastery

Just Because It Looks Easy

True masters of their art make what they do look easy.  It seems so simple.  They execute with such facility and ease that onlookers conclude that what they’re doing must actually be really easy.  It’s not.  Just because it looks … Continue reading

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Inspiring Educators

The best teachers are the ones that inspire you.  In order to be inspirational, a teacher needs to strive for success in the thing that they teach.  Students can readily tell the difference between a teacher that is going through … Continue reading

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The Zen of Mastery

Here are some ideas that will serve you well, as an artist (or any other sort of creator): Simplicity – If you over complicate what you’re trying to achieve or make, you will run a much higher risk of not … Continue reading

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Demotivating Motivational Speakers

It’s amazing that a talk about rewards and incentives, intending to debunk them as a tool of modern business and using this as a springboard to introduce supposedly better motivational techniques, more in tune with scientific discoveries about what really … Continue reading

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Play Speed

Lots of people learn how to do new things by playing with the tools, or the medium, or whatever it is.  Play is an important way to explore and discover how to do things.  Playing is very important, even in … Continue reading

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