Good Is Not Good Enough

Good Is Not Good Enough

Never do something good enough. For it was done good enough, it most certainly should have been done better.
~ Unknown

Today is the world where “good is the new average”. The top companies, the top employers and the top employees in the world don’t claim to be good; they claim to be the best. If you cannot claim that your services, that your attitude and that your work delivery is the best in the world, then you fall in the 75% bracket of the average performers who draw an average salary and lead an average life. To up your game, to elevate your standard of living, to belong to the elite group of performers you have change your attitude from good to best.

Work to delight, your customers, employers and whoever your work touches. The two extra mint leaves adds a zing into the lemonade. A little “thank you for your trust” note, in the file that you are submitting to your boss conveys a very sincere acknowledgement and reassurance of a work well done. It’s the little things that we take for granted are sometimes that things that matter most. If your work, if your delivery is not bringing a smile on the face of the receiver then you are falling into the curse average.

Speed is what will add a vertical rise to your success. Under promise and over deliver. There is no glory in being late or being a victim to delays. You are always going to be racing against time, for work and for your own life. Estimate the time you are going to take to finish a job and make it your job to finish it in half, and you will get into the fast lane to success. Ever notice that the fast lane isn’t crowded?

When delivering a job or service, make it personal. As much as there are certain ways that you like to do things, making it personal to the receiver will take you from good to best in no time. “Since it meant a lot to you to have the books tomorrow, I personally went and picked them up to get them to you”. “Since pink is your favorite color, I used pink ink to sign the books”. Get personal in your delivery. Take interest in who your target audience is, whether your seniors, customers or co-workers. Get the job done, and get it done their way. The rewards you will get in terms of goodwill—your reputation will begin to precede you.

Good doesn’t pay more. Good doesn’t bring you glory. Strive for best. Strive for delight, speed and always remember to make it personal.

I know how much success means to you and I know that half way into the year, you are still giving your best shot at work. I also know that there is constant pressure and bombarding of negativity from the market, the economy, the competition and the environment in general. And sometimes, that negativity works its way into our hearts and infects our enthusiasm, passion and drive and in creeps the self-doubt and limiting beliefs “Can I really do this?” That’s when you know its time to take a step back and get a grip on that power that will steer you clear to your goals.

My Personal Breakthrough Workshop will get you to challenge the inhibitions that have found their way into you’re your that have been holding you back from going all out and driving your job at full steam. Walk on Fire and with that experiential learning get back your spirit to conquer and overcome all adversities. Your passion may need some dusting. Your power may need to be unleashed. Let nothing hold you back !!! Success is your inheritance. Re-New, Re-Boot and Re-Invent the game that you were always meant to win.

12 thoughts on “Good Is Not Good Enough

  1. kulmeet kaur says:

    Hi Priya, this is kulmeet . The way you write and make your reader understand, the depth of your words is remarkable. I need to learn so much from you!

    1. Priya Kumar says:

      Thank you so much for your kind words Kulmeet. I am humbled 🙂

  2. Rajat- says:

    ‘Work to delight, your customers, employers and whoever your work touches.’
    Who thinks like that? I will implement it as a student.

    1. Priya Kumar says:

      Rooting for your success

  3. Rajat- says:

    ‘If your work, if your delivery is not bringing a smile on the face of the receiver then you are falling into the curse average.’
    It should bring a smile on the face of whoever is touched. Work of that intensity.

    1. Priya Kumar says:

      Good to know you liked the blog :):)

  4. Rajat- says:

    making it personal to the receiver. Get personal in your delivery. I will implement this. I am half-way implementing this. Now I will make it full.

    1. Priya Kumar says:

      Good luck 🙂

  5. Rajat- says:

    The website is good. It has so MANY SHARE LINKS.

    1. Priya Kumar says:

      Thank you for your appreciation. Good to know you liked the website 🙂

  6. vijaybaskar says:

    Hi Priya,

    I was very very very sad one fine day.Lost faith on every single thing insee.
    Upon I saw u and ur books,writings,ur speeches, The perception of life was reborn,I am not saying just like that casual.I mean it very much.We need you.❤

    1. Priya Kumar says:

      Thank you so so much Vijay… I’m grateful and humbled 🙂 🙂

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