Definition of Mastery LO28200

From: Ray Evans Harrell (
Date: 04/11/02

Replying to LO28196 --

mastery = zero complexity = virtuosity. Virtuosity is the beginning of
mastery in the creative. That was what I meant. Obviously I didn't make
the point well.

Ray Evans Harrell

> Very interesting answers concerning mastery.
> The one I like so far is the definition
> mastery = zero complexity. it makes sense and it is also the one I find to
> be most practical.
> I never meant to be cryptic. The discussion group is a learning
> organisation and most discussions usually start off with a question.
> mastery has infinite depth thus there is no limit to the variations that
> can be explored.
> what is mastery?
> Practice with a purpose.


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