Excellence. What does it really mean? To be excellent is to be divine, some old philosopher may have said. Excellence can be found in many places and no places at all. Excellence is about perspective, so it both simultaneously exists everywhere and nowhere. Does that make sense? From a certain point of view, it makes excellent sense. Perhaps from your point of view, it makes no sense.
My first experience with excellence came in the form of a top rated conveyancer for Brighton property. So excellent was their excellence that it was even in their name. They were excellent, and they knew it. I’d just bought a house in the Brighton area, and they provided simply excellent service as my conveyancer of choice. They knew a thing or two about housing law and explained all my contracts to me in a way that I could understand the finer details. When I used my previous conveyancer near Elwood, excellent was not the word I would have chosen to describe the experience. Perhaps very good, but not excellent.
How do you know excellence? There’s an old saying about knowing something when you see it. That’s sort of how excellence works. It can’t really be described, but when you experience it, you will know. Perhaps you will experience excellence at your local cafe or at a business offering the best deals on furniture around. Maybe, like me, you will experience excellence while searching for your dream home.
There’s also the possibility that you know exactly what I am talking about; that you have already experienced true excellence in your life. In that case, congratulations. You are one of the lucky few who have seen the divine. But the truth is that there is another level above excellence. Still, I am searching for it. The elusive beast that is perfection. Is it even attainable in our imperfect, human state? I do not know. If there is a conveyancing lawyer out there who has reached perfection, I do not know of them.