It used to worry me that I didn’t know enough about my field, and that I wasn’t the best at what I do. I often wondered if it would serve my clients better to simply refer them to the best person for the job – so I went in search of that person years ago.
But the world has a funny way of disabusing you of stupid notions. There is no best, there is no guru who knows everything – when you are faced with a problem there is just you and those around you who can help. The most valuable lesson I learned is that once you are clear on what you want and pursue it with all your heart, you tend to achieve it no matter who helps you.
The real power is with you, the key is in your own commitment. Once you move to achieve something worthwhile the world seems to move with you.
When getting results is important to you, searching for ‘the best’ is only a distraction. Who you really want is someone who brings out the best in you, because the answers to your own problems are already inside you!