This kind of pep talk has taken place before many big high school games. Doing something exceptional is a sure-fire way to get attention and fame in high school.
Turn in an amazing performance that has everyone saying, “Wow!!”
Give 110% of yourself to the game.
Make the winning play.
When it comes to success, some things never change
When you become an adult and try to make your way in a noisy, often disorganized workplace, your boss and the executives above him or her can easily take you for granted. You are, after all, just another producer, churning out projects with quiet efficiency. You’re a cog in the machine, dutifully following orders and never making trouble. You get satisfied just phoning it in, day after day.
There’s only one problem: That’s not enough any more to be successful.
It’s easy to forget that in order to achieve the success and the attention you believe you deserve, you need to stand out.
Do something significant.
Something that makes “the winning play.”
So what’s your plan to up your impact?
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