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  • Writer's pictureGreg Madhere

On Being #1



I figured on the first day of the new month, I'd talk a little about being #1.


Being #1 in most competitive sports and related statistics is the goal. Sacrifices must be made and sometimes it's win at all costs.


And while I advocate for winning in business, there's a little more nuance.


You reasonably can't be #1 in some areas, without falling short in others areas. This is mainly due to resource constraints: Money, people, time, sanity.


You have to question the costs of chasing the top spot.


What's worth missing the mark on for being numero uno?


Creativity?


Quality?


Values?


Promises?


Loyal customers?


Employee satisfaction?


Physical and/or mental health?


Sleep?


Peace?


Relationships?


Family time and special occasions?


Sometimes settling for #2 in some areas allows for winning in others that matter more.












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