We'd all like to be considered extraordinary. So, what's lacking? Actually, nothing. You've got everything you need to be extraordinary, because the very best you can be is. . . your own personal best.
Let me explain.
Having said that, I did not achieve my very best. I know that with better strength training, conditioning and practice, I could have been a better player.
Better is the key word, as I've explained in an earlier post, "The Benefits of Better." We may not become the very best in the world, but we can become "better" at work and at home. Even small improvements add up.
Two things will help you with this: knowing what "better" looks like for you (better sales, better service, better management skills). And, taking action to get there. As you become the better you, you will begin to achieve the very things you once thought were extraordinary. And then, you will be.
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