Be Better

Think and act to become better and not only to be the best.  The status of being the best is rarely attained, nor kept.

It is productive to accept that things could always be done better.  Acceptance that you aren’t the best isn’t a sign of weakness.

As Ryan Holiday (The Daily Stoic) offers for us on acceptances, “It’s the first step in an active process towards self-improvement. ”

MITM

 

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