The Pressure That Produces Mastery

This is the story of the pressure that produces mastery. This is also the story of how to view your corporate “job” as a scholarship – you are getting paid to learn everything they know – to perfect your own talents. This is how you perceive your work for others as a scholarship for yourself – as an opportunity to master what you want to do, on somebody else’s dime. This is, too, the story of how preparation breeds self-confidence. This is also the story of the psychological science of becoming a good manager and a strong leader. [TRWBS #232 – Race, Class & Poverty in the U.S. – April 8, 2017.]

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