February 06, 2018 Daily Post
Success is not a goal.
If it’s yours, you and your teammates are unlikely to achieve it.
I’d like to argue that “success” is a starting point, not a finishing line. An ingredient, not a destination.
Success: Trying until you reach a goal in the short/medium/long term. Failure: Stopping that trying process prior to goal attainment.
How does adopting the premise that success is a starting point change the way you approach your work, as a team or on a personal level?