Mastery Creates Space For Your Creativity

#910: Do you have an opportunity in your work to open the doors in your mind for significant creativity and innovation that would really catapult your success? The legendary basketball player, Michael Jordan, was known for putting unprecedented time into the basics, practicing such drills as dribbling, free throw shots, and layups for hours per day, his entire career. As Zig Ziglar points out in a short clip I play, this allowed Michael to play much of a game with reflexive movements he didn’t even have to think about. In doing so he freed up his brain to make spontaneous, creative moves that gave him his legendary success. So to us. Are we pursuing mastery in our work and roles in order to free up and allow for creativity that leads to innovation? This is our discussion today.Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy


by Self-Help(ful)