When we first begin a work we're excited about the process. We're fully aware of the many pitfalls and everyday we're working at reaching a particular milestone. Somewhere along the way the journey begins to lose its thrill; and as result we become lackadaisical in our execution. We suddenly begin to become a little more undisciplined. And as our initial reason for beginning the work begins to seem a bit more insurmountable by the day, we adjust our standards by lightening our efforts. This is the way we ultimately fall into mediocrity. Becoming mediocre is never a leap but rather a slow crawl. This is a real danger we all should constantly work to avoid.
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