In this clip, I talk to John C. Maxwell about how your best today won’t solve the problems of tomorrow. We break down why you should always be improving.
Have you ever felt like you did your absolute best on a task or project?
Keep in mind that that was only the best you could do that day. If you are always improving, your ‘best’ version of something will keep getting better.
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– Brandon Dawson
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