Good vs Great


Jim Collins in his classic book “Good to Great,” states, “good is the enemy of great.”  He goes on to explain that most people get to the level of “good” in almost any aspect of their personal or professional life, and then tend to slow down on their efforts to improve. There is a sense in some situations where “good enough” truly is good enough, and continued efforts can result in non-productive results.

For more on this check out the short video below: