Greetings. Dr. Stephie here. I was thinking about how can you become a master at anything you want? I think the answer is pretty simple (but not as easy to do – but you can do it!).
Greetings. Dr. Stephie here. I was thinking about how can you become a master at anything you want? I think the answer is pretty simple.
- You devote yourself to practicing continuously.
- You get constructive feedback.
- Then implement the feedback that makes sense to you.
- You keep practicing.
I got to thinking about how this has been happening with my Brilliance Nuggets. When I first started this journey, it was difficult for me to write anything short. So I practiced that for over 200 days! Then I decided, “I can produce some videos and publish the transcripts, too”
At first, it wasn’t that easy to produce a short video either and to feel comfortable standing in front of the camera and be doing this day in, day out. Then there is the whole production process behind that because there is a process to this: You…
- Collect ideas.
- Research and mature the ideas.
- Pick which one you want to do today.
- Record it.
- Transcribe it.
- Correct the transcript (because it’s machine-generated) or you hire someone to do it for you.
- Create an image for the post.
- Create a meta description and focus word.
- Select the applicable post categories.
- Publish it.
- Email it out.
- Place it on social media.
To do that on a day in, day out basis would have been absolutely unimaginable for me when I began this journey on September 10th last year.
That is a great example of how you, too, can become a master at anything you want.
By the way, I’m not saying I am already a master at all, but I’m definitely better, that much I can say.
Also think about the fact that there is no perfect. One thing I do know for sure is that this work is creating a difference, and I thank you for having told me so.
You, too, can do this. You can be a master at anything you set your mind to.
- What do you want to master at a higher level than you are right now?
- How can you practice it and get constructive feedback?
P.S.: I appreciate you commenting and sharing this with others. Thank you!