Let's Talk About Mediocrity

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Mediocrity is a virus.

Doing things half-way is a habit.

You don't just have a mediocre job, a mediocre relationship, mediocre health or mediocre self-confidence. If you've got mediocrity anywhere, you've got it everywhere. 

Because once you allow it in one place, you allow it in all places. 

It's like saying you don't smoke (except when you drink) or you don't have a problem with Democrats (as long as you don't have to work with one.)

Mediocrity just isn't one of those things you can section off. If you've got it, you've got it.

A virus.

If you do it once, you do it twice, three times, thirty times.

A habit.

Mediocrity is anything less than 100%. It's "fine." It's "hanging in there." It's sighing and vowing (again) to do it tomorrow. And it's not what you were created for.

I don't know about you, but I don't want this week, this month, this life, to be a collection of 60 or even 90%. I want 100%.

Not 99%.

100%. 

Go all in.

No more mediocre.