To grow you need a gap

It’s when we face the unknown that we grow.

It’s when we are not perfectly suited for the job, that we have a chance to add skills and improve them to survive the context.

When you have constraints you can’t remove or skills you didn’t refine enough, then you can grow, because you’re filling the invisible gap that lets you learn how to move differently, how to think differently.

It’s like when you first learn a new topic. The gap is enormous, but step by step you start to fill it, to understand it.

If you were already good at it you wouldn’t learn or (worse) if you -think- you’re good (but you’re not) then you won’t learn.

But in all the other situations you’ll be learning, moving forward and doing more.

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