Good is the Enemy of the Best
Being “good” is nice. But, I have to tell you, good is the enemy of the best.
Being “great” is better. But, what’s left on the table? Between “great” and “the best” lies a massive space left to grow into. I will never apologize for striving to be the best. Never. It’s a lot of work. It requires a great deal of sacrifice. It requires a great deal of time. But, more than anything it requires practice. So, practice I must.
I’m off to hit my bike trainer for an hour with a mic in my hand.