When I worked in the business world, we had a term to describe a person who was pretty good at what he did but had no clue as to why. The term was: Unconscious Competent. He works by instinct and gets the job done. He’s considered competent – not great – and he rarely realizes his full potential because he has no idea how to improve his performance – to turn competent into truly excellent.
Can you park your ego and put yourself in an uncomfortable position where you may not make the podium, but you’ll come out the other end smarter?
You see, you are using all of the muscles in your body, literally from your fingers to your toes.