As a child I read books on great violinists as if they were fairy tales. Their lives fascinated me. It inspired me to get up early, stay up late, do everything to master this wonderful instrument. My sole goal was to adopt, emulate their habits and in time create my own.
It became an obsession.
What do Mozart, Beethoven, Paganini, Elvis or Tesla have in common?
Their undying commitment, dedication, discipline, mindset, passion created a legacy that fascinates us to this day. They were obsessed with their work, their sole purpose to perfect their craft and create a higher meaning for their profession. They mastered the art of Personal Mastery.
Today, we think of them us geniuses, but isn't this something we can all embrace?
Perhaps due to the nature of their professions, musicians, ballet dancers and other artists acquire skills that lead to the pursuit of personal mastery from an early age. They see their art as an extension of themselves, developing purpose and meaning to their life and work. They continuously seek to improve their craft and themselves. They are curious, inquisitive, always questioning, looking for better ways how to do things and challenge themselves at each step, testing and pushing the boundaries of their abilities.
Personal Mastery is a path of self-discovery, understanding how we think, how we do things the way we do and making us better friends, partners, colleagues and, ultimately leaders.
For us at ConductVision, Personal Mastery is our passion. We will guide you to a set of principles and practices that will enable you to learn, develop and embrace your own Personal Mastery.