As Keith Kochner says, settling for good means you’ll never be great.
Put another way, if contentment is the enemy of progress, you should always be discontented.
Discontent is measured by the distance between what you want, and what you have.
You can use discontent constructively to motivate, strategise, and take action on the ideas and habits that will narrow that distance.
You can only become great if you’re discontented with good.
PS – Catch the replay of yesterday’s live show in #TechWeek all about one of the elements of a great coaching or therapy practice – a reliable payment platform. Tune in today at 3.00pm UK for the live show, focusing on using Zoom video to change your life and business.