Take Your Best and Make It Better

January 07, 2016

Take Your Best and Make It Better

In the learning and improvement department, most people tend to focus on their weaknesses.

There is something to be said about taking what you do best and trying to refine that skill to reach it’s full potential because you may be able to accomplish a lot more than you ever thought possible. 

Mariano Rivera once said to me, “Why mess with a changeup and curveball when I know that no one can touch my cutter.”

So what did he do? He turned that cutter arguably one of the greatest pitches ever. 

So, my question for you today is how much better can you be than your best? And, who is the top, most-qualified person at what you do and what can you learn from them?




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