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The Keys to Success and Long-Term Fulfillment. Drawing on Zen philosophy and his expertise in the martial art of aikido, bestselling author George Leonard shows how the process of mastery can help us attain a higher level of excellence and a deeper sense of satisfaction and. GEORGE LEON ARD. AUTHOR OF THE WAY OF AIKIDO. "The practical wisdom in George Leonard's book will have a great influence for many years to come. Compre Mastery: The Keys to Success and Long-Term Fulfillment (English Edition) de George Leonard na yazik.info Confira também os eBooks mais .

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Read "Mastery The Keys to Success and Long-Term Fulfillment" by George Leonard available from Rakuten Kobo. Sign up today and get $5 off your first. Editorial Reviews. Review. Praise for George Leonard and Mastery “George Leonard is a download a Kindle Kindle eBooks Kindle Unlimited Prime Reading Best Sellers & More Kindle Book Deals Free Reading Apps Kindle Singles Newsstand . Drawing on Zen philosophy and his expertise in the martial art of aikido, bestselling author George Leonard shows how the process of mastery can help us.

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George Leonard has taken this rarely practiced art and laid it out to us in a format so simple, most of us could read through it in a day or two.

You can certainly tell that he speaks from experience.

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When it comes to mastery, it is not a question of should I master something, but instead, what should I master? So which area of your life will it be? In one way or another, every one of us is an expert at the polar opposite of mastery—dabbling. Working at something just long enough to get the hang of it but never long enough to endure the frustration and practice required to be any good, let alone, outstanding.

Most of us dabble in various recreational sports, hobbies or even our career. Sometimes without knowing it, the mediocre approach to the activities in life can really weigh you down. Leonard is not saying we should seek to be masters in everything we do, but we should choose our passions and master those. Especially if it is something that takes up the majority of your time. If we truly want to be outstanding, then there is no other choice.

What I really liked about this book is that it can be first used as an introduction to the topic of mastery but then it serves as a step by step guide to making mastery a part of your life.

The instruction starts with the reasons why mastery is so rarely practiced these days and the various things people default to instead. Mastery takes extreme discipline and love for practice and improvement. Tony Robbins had a large influence on me reading this book and looking back it reminds me of a point he always makes when it comes to mastery. To be truly outstanding and not just good or even great, the difference is just two millimeters.

How close did he come to losing the butterfly finals? Just millimeters. And despite the fact that the others were only millimeters behind him, the victory was his and only his. The discipline to take it to the absolute max—those final millimeters. Golf is another example. In the beginning you see improvement relatively quickly.

The improvement curve is incredibly steep. But then what happens? You stop getting better. Or at least it feels that way. Your score stops going down and it might even get a bit worse. Then the frustration sets in. And this is where most people call it quits.

But for those determined to get better, they do not let the frustration set in. They know that this is a requirement to get better. To get to that next level you might be required to adjust your swing which will make you play worse in the near term but will greatly reward you if you stay dedicated to the practice in the long term. And the process continues—improvement, plateau, digression, to the next level.

After all, experience and practice is all life really is, so you better start to enjoy it. By now we should all know that real success does not come quickly and in fact requires the utmost dedication. Welcome to the path to mastery. Mastery is one of them. Leonard gives us the tools to take what interests and excites us and to apply the keys to mastery to allow us unreal success.

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Someone intently dedicated to success is just as strongly dedicated to mastery.Other editions. As you read each chapter think about your mentors and heroes or the famous greats of the past. Scott Adams. Reissue 1 de fevereiro de Vendido por: As 48 leis do poder.

I managed to collect some interesting quotes during my reading which I would like to share with you all below: Leonard is not saying we should seek to be masters in everything we do, but we should choose our passions and master those. A pocket sized read at just under pages - useful for a lifetime. Then consider the possibility that the rest of your life can be lived in terms of mastery principles. It may even put his life on the line, but what matters to him is living to the fullest, not counting the years.