Teams are great when the many is greater than the few.
Part of that requires being ‘just good enough’ at things you don’t ‘do’, so others can be their best:
- Being ‘just good enough’ at presenting means you can help account managers as a subject-matter expert to enhance their level of service.
- Being ‘just good enough’ at code means you can prepare semantic designs for the latest technology.
- Being ‘just good enough’ at management that you can drive your work forward, so project managers can focus on streamlining instead of chasing.
Being just good enough enables your team to be their best.