The path of mastery involves pain, and the pain develops the grit and resilience.

What that pain is expressing is the gap in skills, knowledge and experience.

Without that pain, without failure, you don’t have the growth. It’s a constant.

You don’t become Federer by playing with the Under 12 teams and coaching the Under 12 teams.

You become Federer by training 12 hours a day, six days a week, speaking with the best experts possible, and having every single weakness of yours exposed under a microscopic camera to expose every single weakness that you have so you can develop it.

There is no growth without pain.

There is no growth without pain.


Kerwin Rae