The eye of the master will do more work than both his hands.
We admire the masters over the centuries, in music, dance, sports and martial arts as well as in the intellectual fields of science, mathematics and philosophy. However, as much as we can agree on what mastery is when we see it, we are often at a loss when it comes to describing what it really is.
In this training you get to explore the heart of what distinguishes a master from everyone else and what defines that line where skill crosses over to mastery.
As you can probably guess, this training is unlikely to make you a master overnight; instead, you might find yourself taking the first few steps on the road towards mastery in your life and in your work. For some participants who gain profound insights in the training, this is no small beginning.
Strangely enough, it all goes back to something called discovery—not the training, but the process of uncovering what has always been there but not discerned. And as this is a continuing process, Mastery is one of those trainings that participants find valuable to re-audit, again and again.
Whether youʼre looking at Mastery for the first time or re-auditing it the umpteenth time, know that there is much to gain as you keep on discovering!
You ask the inescapable questions here.
The exercises encountered in Mastery are designed to have you take a profound look at how you respond to the way the world turns and the way life turns out, factors which may have been affecting the way you live.