The people who are true masters of their craft do not see their craft as “outside” of them.
It’s not something they do sometimes. It’s something they do all the time — because it’s part of who they are.
Being really good at what you do means integrating your craft into your daily life in as many ways as possible.
It’s not an item on your checklist.
It’s a daily habit as simple as brushing your teeth in the morning.
Until you get to this point of what you desire becoming a foundational pillar in your life, you will never reach the highest levels of success.
It cannot be separate — it has to be part of the bigger picture.
If you look at any great innovator, athlete, musician, artist, entrepreneur, executive, anyone truly successful, these are the three things they have in common. They found their community. They understood the rules of the game — and then they broke them. And they integrated what it is they do so deeply into their lives that hours of practice weren’t even considered hours of practice.
They simply couldn’t have lived without it.
Combine these three root habits, and you too will reach the highest levels of success.