The Best vs. The Good

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?

Cut through…

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