The good news is that when I presented to SkillPath this week I appropriately attributed some content to Stephen Covey. The bad news is that I didn’t attribute one other tidbit.
The truth is, one of my favorite isms is “Sometimes the enemy of the best is the good.” Story of my life.
Since I didn’t pen it first, I should have given credit to Frank Vandersloot, CEO of Melaleuca, a company whose products Angi and I have loved and used for a long, long time.
Sometimes the enemy of the best is the good
…a keen reminder that we get to choose precious few things to really pursue. And in a world of deafening noise, there is no choice but to focus if there is any choice of cutting through the noise.
What’s keeping you from real value? Real success?