Sarah Lewis, an art historian, describes the line between losing and winning. That line called "the near win". We convert success to mastery when we value the gift of the near win. If success is about hitting the target, then mastery is not about having a commitment to a goal, but a constant pursue.
Mastery closely related with the near win. Both of that focused on what we plan to do to reach out our goals right now. Near win is the reason to continue, also it makes us never feel enough to overcome the problems. In keeping with that, embrace the near win means that we still have more to do.
could i give little bit suggestion for you.
in my opinion you should be
1. "when we value the gift of the near win" it should be "when we appreciate the gift ..." because ---> value is categorize NOUN, change to VERB
2. "Mastery closely related with the near win" it should be "Mastery closely related to the near win" because ---> related have to be end with to.