0204 21: Brilliance

Notes by David Ramontsi

Brilliance comes from practise and often that’s not the part we see.

As the audience, we only focus on the glory and not the process.

That is because people like shiny things. 

It’s easy to omit what takes time to understand.

People want to get to the point, it’s about instant gratification.

Brilliance is about mastery.

Also, brilliance should not be a means of procrastination.

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