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Persistency versus the short game. We do live in a world where everything just happens so fast that if we have a project or a cause or a mission, if it doesn't happen instantly, or if it doesn't manifest or materialize the way we'll want it within a month or within a quarter, or even within a year, we give up and we then start chasing the next shiny toy of opportunity.
What I realized is the true masters are not all about impatience. They're not all about the short-game. They understand that world-class is a process and that genius could take decades. And what makes rare-air output is the ability to stick with a singular vision of your masterpiece or whatever that is, a great company, a great family, a gorgeous life, a new book, a film, I don't know, but mastery comes through deep focus, patience and persistency.