Results matter, they do.

But lasting results follow a process of practice and refinement.

The first 10 hours of work will never be as skilled as the work after 10,000 hours.

But when our mind is results oriented, we fail to see the value of the first ten, hundred, or even thousand hours of practice.

Conversely, a process oriented mind is able to value the journey on this path of mastery.

As James clear elegantly puts it:

“..if you optimise for the outcome, you win once. Optimise for a process that leads to great outcomes, you win again and again”.

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