May 10, 2008
Excellence comes from lots of ordinary habits — selecting them, accreting them over time, and developing them with discipline.

Different levels of achievement reflect vastly different habits, values, and goals.

The notion of talent is useless and tends to mystify excellence.

— Paraphrasing Daniel F Chambliss. via
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