Updated: Mar 2, 2022
I want you to think about your greatest achievement. For some people, their best work happened in the past; it may have been years ago or it may have been recently.
For some of you, it may have been a high school basketball game, closing a big sale or getting that promotion. Whatever it was, you may still be basking in the glory of it and everything since feels less significant even if it is more meaningful.
For some people, their best work is taking place now. You’re in the middle of an exciting project and you’re on the cusp of something brilliant. It’s exciting, it’s stimulating and the momentum is powerful.
For others, your best work is yet to come. You’re still building towards that big goal; learning, developing and making steady progress. It’s a dream that’s becoming a reality and there’s comfort in knowing that you haven’t peaked yet.
The last group are those who feel that their best work is too far away to be attainable. They had a dream once, but now it’s lost. They could have created something phenomenal, but there were too many obstacles, too many critics, and now there seems to be no chance of the vision coming to pass. Or so they think.
I want to encourage you today that your best work is still ahead of you. There’s still more to learn, more to achieve, more to strive for. So keep going, don’t settle for yesterday’s glory and don’t give up.
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