by Edie Melson
Being good at something is tough.
It takes effort—and time—lots and lots of time. It’s the time part that trips most of us up. At least it does me. We tend to stop too soon. We get to the probably-good-enough stage and quit.
It’s tempting to slack off, because the air is thin at that point. What I mean is that the majority of our competition has disappeared, and it’s easy to think we’ve done enough.
But that is the point when we have the ability to reach our full potential.
I’m not going to give you a list of things to do or not to do. I’m going to stop right here and ask you to finish this post by leaving a comment. Share how you keep from stopping too soon, or even how you know what too soon looks like.
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