In the classic film Twister, Bill Paxton and Helen Hunt are faced with life or death at the very end. As an F5 tornado bears down on them, they use leather belts to anchor themselves to the ground, keeping themselves from getting swallowed up in the maelstrom.
Consider this: when a house gets inspected before a sale, the entire thing gets assessed. It doesn’t matter whether one contractor did all of it, or if one did most while another did the bathrooms, or maybe the seller got a different contractor to renovate each room.
If you ask any Olympic athlete, they’ll tell you that their selection to the Games is an achievement in itself–to be chosen demonstrates their caliber of athleticism as a tier above ordinary.
The pyramids of Giza may be a wonder of the world, but when you look more closely at them, they’re just a bunch of blocks that have been shaped into both something great and something lasting.