Doing great work isn’t about being noticed by others. You don’t owe it to customers, bosses, friends, and family to do your best. You owe it to yourself. You should go above and beyond for what it does for you.
In any task you do, you can choose to be good enough, or you can choose to be great. You get to choose the standards you hold yourself to.
You do great work even if others won’t notice because you notice. You will notice if you didn’t do your best and you will know you could have done more.
This week Isaac shares a story from a job in his teens about learning this lesson from his Aunt.
In this episode:
- Isaac’s Aunt, Heidi
- Setting your own standards
- Constant incremental improvement
- You owe yourself your best work
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