What is “good enough?” It’s a challenge a lot of us face, myself included. Although it’s easy to say that a program is “good enough” or results are “good enough,” I like to challenge that notion.
The notion of “good enough” is anti-potential. Potential is filled with hope, optimism, and the promise of amazing outcomes. However, when we lack discipline and/or consistency, we wind up saying the results are “good enough.”
I’m not the kind of person to settle for “good enough” and I don’t want my clients to settle for it, either. The truth is, I’ve had some clients make some amazing breakthroughs when they end up working a little harder, a little smarter, and are not satisfied with “good enough.”
I want you to reflect on your day and your week, and decide where you’ve made a conscious decision to say something is “good enough.” Think about what your life would be like or what results you would have gotten if you took time to put in that extra effort and worked a little harder in order to achieve your goal.
Don’t settle for good enough. Go out there, kick butt, and earn those woohoos! If you have any questions for me, don’t hesitate to give me a call or send me an email.