One of my clients has been setting the bar higher.
We’ve been working together for more than five years, and every week he’s shooting to get better.
Yet in the last couple of weeks he’s taken it to an entirely new level—his Summer of Getting Better.
Why Get Better?
For many people, getting better is mostly irrelevant to their success.
Even most the people I know in high paying jobs, so long as they show up every day and get done what they “need,” they’ll have a great career.
But my client is different.
He left one of those jobs years ago, and in his business today, if he doesn’t get better, he will FAIL.
I don’t write that to be dramatic, but factual.
He’s chosen a very hard game. Over years of constant improvement, he’s pulled ahead in his business, but he only keeps winning because he keeps getting better.
In his case, it’s simple—Get better or fail.