February 15, 2020     Daily Post

Play Your Game

Those doing meaningful work are usually high achievers.

Which often breeds comparison. Comparison weakens your ability to create change.

Someone else made a bigger impact in their chosen field than you? Unless your mission is the same as theirs – unless you’re playing the exact same game – comparison makes no sense. Play your game.

Someone else made more dollars in their industry than you? Unless your mission is measured exclusively by dollars – unless you’re playing by those rules rather than your own – comparison makes no sense. Play your game.

Comparison forces you to abandon your game in favor of playing somebody else’s.

Play your game, make your impact.