What is the purpose of skill if not to be employed in service of others?

The idea of compensation is a barrier to the attainment of true skill because it limits practice.

Without practice, oneĀ cannot achieve theĀ greatest ability to employ skill.

Without employment of true skill, the world is less than it should be.

Therefore to seek employment is to undermine one’s skill.

To undermine one’s skill is to deprive others of one’s self.

To forget about compensation is to avail one’s self to others.

To avail one’s self to others is to unlock wealth through employment of true skill in service of others.

Vusi Sindane