I am coming to believe that too few people have a vision of greatness. By that, I'm not talking about the cocky, "Look at me!" or the arrogant "I'm better than you!" nor the way I would sign my name on my "great" artworks when I was a ten. ("Jeff, the Great".. My wife still kids me about that!) I'm talking about having a vision of ourselves being the best at something.
What do you see yourself being not average, not just good at - BUT GREAT AT?
Someone who doesn't have that kind of vision (or isn't in the right place)
will JUST do what they need to get by
won't seek out feedback (may even be defensive)
won't do things to improve when no one's watching.
won't encourage others to succeed or be their best.
As a coach of pro players who've obviously demonstrated talent and skill to get where they are, Mike says he would rather coach someone who's coachable and who has vision than someone who just has talent.
You have talent. You have skills. You have interests. But do you have a vision for greatness that makes you humble enough and hungry enough to be #1 at what you do? Do you have the burning desire to www.JeffCaliguire.com
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