We want the best technology, best car, best clothes, best food, best service, best leadership. We want the BEST!
The problem enters when defining “the best.” The best for one person may not be the best for another.
In addition, what is the basis for our definition? Will the best be defined by work effort? Cost? Achievement? Time spent?
Instead of thinking this way, consider the pursuit of excellence. This pursuit provides a consistency to leadership. Pursuing excellence…
Acknowledges the present situation and need.
Creates a desire to learn and improve.
Pushes you to make proper application.
Will make a difference in your life and in others.