Don’t be average.
There’s nothing more ordinary than earning a C at life.
You can do better.
Maybe 10 years ago, I was at a Tony Robbins event. I can vividly remember him talking about achieving excellence.
There’s a big difference between being good at what you do and being excellent.
I mean, anyone can be good. But excellence requires commitment, discipline, and love — committed enough to put down the phone; disciplined enough to turn off the TV; love it so much that you’d do it for free.
That’s when excellence happens.
The question so many of us struggle with is, how do we find our area of excellence?
Today on the podcast, Dr. Dennis Kimbro is back to share 3 questions that will help you find it.