What is your mission?
To be the best? Or to be better?
If it’s to “be the best”, you’re on the wrong path.
“Best” is by definition an absolute term.
It means there is a point at which you stop improving.
You can never stop improving. If you do, you’ll fail.
Rather than chasing “be the best”, aim for “being better”.
Every single day, try and be better than the day before.
Better at sales. Better at people management. Better at focus.
Just be better.
The compounding effect of “being better” every single day will lead to you being the best, but save you from stopping when you get there.