What defines you? What you do or how you do it? Job description or work performance?
Mediocrity is agruably our worst enemy in any work we do. That’s why it’s important to take pride in our work. Recognizing the value in a job well done moves us beyond mediocrity and into excellence. And not only do others benefit from our efforts, but our work is more enjoyable.
How often in your daily life do you think, “I wish I could do better”? It’s the feeling you get when you realize you aren’t really trying. Your job, your family, even your hobbies: they are worth working harder. But what does it take to move beyond mediocrity? How do you quit using your education, your upbringing, your circumstances, even your faith, as an excuse to keep you from doing your best? Join us at The High Calling for a series on Moving Beyond Mediocrity where we are discussing giving it our all in our workplaces and our homes, in our communities and our churches, for the common good and for the glory of God.