Daniel H. Pink goes on to say:
“Mastery is an asymptote. You can approach it. You can hone in on it. You can get really, really close to it. But… you can never touch it. Mastery is impossible to realize fully. The joy is in the pursuit more than the realization. In the end, mastery attracts precisely because mastery eludes.”
No matter how close one becomes, there will always be more to master. This is an ongoing cycle; however, one cannot become discouraged. Mastery is more about the journey than it is about the destination. I enjoy pushing myself to be better than I was yesterday and recognize that I will always desire more of myself. This keeps me driven. I consistently ask myself what I can do to better myself and my surroundings. I strive toward mastery for my family, my friends, myself, and most importantly for my patients. I strive to be better than before so I may continue to provide quality care to the best of my ability.
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