September 28, 2020 Daily Post
Whatever you’re working on in your team, project or business:
It’s the best it’s ever been, if you’ve given it time, attention and care so far. It won’t be perfect but to not acknowledge the progress made to date is to embrace a toxic freneticism that kills great work.
It’s the worst it’ll ever be, too, if you’ve a commitment to progress. Progress comes from a continual marathon approach to our craft, rather than a hasty sprint that steals our energy and enthusiasm to progress over the long-term.
It’s the best it’s ever been, and the worst it’ll ever be. And that’s a good thing.