Why Do We Accept Results [From Ourselves] That Are “Okay” Instead Of Great?

Why Do We Accept Results [From Ourselves] That Are “Okay” Instead Of Great? Today’s world is moving at a pace that is sometimes challenging to keep up with. At work and at home, everything has to be done yesterday and in response we rush to produce reactionary work that results in output that is mediocre but, possibly, passable. The idea is that we don’t have the time, or more correctly, make the time, to stop and plan a little or even just think things through before jumping into a reactive response. This is an on-going challenge in the retail industry. The results is that we grow accustomed to accept that something is just or almost good enough – for now – and convinceRead More