I've read a great blog post recently by GARY VAYNERCHUK. He calls his post: "WHY PLAYING IN THE DIRT MATTERS IN BUILDING YOUR BUSINESS EMPIRE" Now, the statement he makes early on after explaining his post title is that we all need to be practitioners in order have a continuing success. He states it this way, "if you’re not constantly working on your craft—if you get too romantic about doing things how they’ve “always been done”—you’re going to lose. You need to be a practitioner." I love this statement, it is true and just! If you break it down, there are two very important points. First is we all have to be working steadily on our crafts, and two, we always have to be in a mode of growth and bettering that which we have and what we do. Constant motion in both cases. I've had a difficult time with this a few times in my life, but I pretty well have a handle on it now. How about you?