Mastery is freedom. Knowledge controls. Control is power. Power defines who we are and what we do. Whether it be our business, our relationships—even our self-identity—knowledge controls. So why does knowledge seem limited? Why do we suddenly feel like fish caught on a line? Like a deer staring into headlights in the middle of the night? Less intelligent than everyone else? Where is the mastery behind knowledge? Who’s got the control now? Look, I know you have searched high and low for that answer. But it’s not just absent, people aren’t even asking these questions anymore. That is because freedom is about more than just knowledge and control; it's about the ability to master them. It's the freedom to pursue any goal you set your heart on. It doesn't mean you will do it perfectly, just that at a certain point, once you've put in the time and effort it takes to understand a system, whether it's running, writing, sales or some new sport, you feel that sense of flow. You go with the momentum, instead of forcing your way through it. That's mastery. This book is about how you can have this kind of freedom within limits.
Join us for todays show and let's see what we get out of "Freedom Within Limits", here is your proverb:
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The cow with no tail can only depend on goats to rid himself of flies.