Seth Godin on Doing Your Best

Really liked Seth Godin’s post today:

After you’ve done your best (and it didn’t work)

His last few lines are particularly useful, especially when tough times tempt us to hide in a dark place:

“If you believe that righteous effort leads to the shame of personal failure, you’ll seek to avoid righteous effort… Successful people analytically figure out what didn’t work and redefine what their best work will be in the future. And then they get back to work.”



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