We as professionals and experts at what we do, always strive for being the best of the best. It is not a simple task but, anyone can become good at something. All it takes is practice. And one more thing. Hard work pays off, always. Becoming the best at what you do will require time, effort and skill. Also, a focus and concentration. By making a decision that you want to become the best at what you do, you are saying to yourself that you can do it. The first step is always the hardest but, it gets easier along the way.
Someone once said that 10,000 hours of practice can make you an expert at something. This is completely true but, this is an average. This is the minimum effort that you have to make if you want to become absolutely the best. That is why it is important to know the difference between practicing and deliberate practicing.
Deliberate practicing means that you actually are getting to see the results, while always pushing yourself even further and harder. There is always room for more, for improving. By pushing your limits, you are actually testing yourself. And you have to ask yourself one question. Why do you want to become the best at what you do? In the fast paced world of today, the competition has become even fiercer than before. The demand for the best of the best has never been greater.
A man could say that he wants to become the best at something simply in order to survive. But, this is not the only reason. Being good at something can give a lot of satisfaction because of what comes with it. People tend to respect the individuals who are so dedicated to what they do.
Being a part of a great team can contribute to the cause absolutely. Most of the time, it is the effort of one individual. In other cases, it is your team that needs you to be the best of the best.