"I'm Doing My Best", Just Isn't Good Enough Anymore

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Have you ever heard this saying before:

"I'm doing my best."

What does that really mean?

What does it mean to only do your best?

Is doing your best enough?

Here is what Gene Simmons has to say about doing your best.

He takes this quote from Winston Churchill:

"It is no use saying, "We are doing our best." You have got to succeed in doing what is necessary." How we feel about our circumstances - the asymmetries in our luck, our shortcomings, and the dead starts of others - do not matter. Results are what matter.

So from this statement does it appear that just trying your best is good enough? No, it doesn't.

Does it even really matter what your "best" is? No, not really.

Does it matter that we feel like we did our best? No, it doesn't even really matter the way we feel about it at all.

All that matters, in the end, is getting RESULTS.

So with this statement in mind does it matter how you look? No, it doesn't.

Does it matter how much money you have? No, not really.

Does it matter who your mom and dad are? No, it doesn't.

All that matters are Results.

So next time you're thinking to yourself I don't have any advantages in life maybe you should think about this statement.

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Here are maybe some questions you should ask yourself if you think you are "results" driven person:

  • Am I willing to do whatever it takes to get the results I want?
  • Am I willing to go the distance with whatever I need to do to get the results I want?
  • Am I willing to leave friends and family behind to get what I want?
  • Am I willing to see the bigger picture and not worry about the smaller details to get what I want?
  • Am I willing to lie, cheat, and steal if necessary to get what I want?

In a results-driven mindset, the only thing that matters is achieving the results you need to achieve at all cost.

Are you willing to do that? 

That my friends is the real question.

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