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Being the best at being you, not the best at what you do.

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by , November 19th, 2018 at 01:40 PM (204 Views)
Q: Do you want to be the best at what you do? Are you waiting for an invitation?

A: Consider my invitation to you is signed, sealed and delivered. Now let’s figure out how you can get started.

What does being the best even mean? Is it reaching the pinnacle of an ability, expertise or skill as compared to your peers? Careful. In most cases, pinnacles can be have very little room for growth and very limited space to go any higher once the top is reached.

Instead of being the best, think about being your best. Find time every day to get better and become excellent at what you do.

Excellence is a choice – a life long strategy that requires commitment, dedication and effort. It starts with you having a positive mindset believing that every day begins with the opportunity to make it better than the day before.

Each day, write down something positive that happened. This could be something you did for a friend, family member, stranger or something someone did for you. In addition, do something positive for yourself and write it down. Build your book of positive outcomes. Think of it as your Fitbit for mental health.

Make finding positive outcomes an important goal of each day of your life. Be good at it, be great at it and you can become the best at being you.

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