We are consumed with notions ‘faster is better’ or ‘convenience open doors to straight and narrow paths’. However, wrong priorities produce surface levels of greatness. Nothing can be excellent if it fades before momentum to excel. It would be great, only for a memory, never to be forgotten; if only to capture it’s short-lived beauty. If continuous pushing precedes, options proceed; and eventually, you will hit greatness. If you learn from your mistakes, excellence will be the point-of-destination.