You’ve thought it.
You’ve been asked to do something that you didn’t really want to do and you get to a point and you think ‘this will do’.
It’ll be good enough.
You’re stuck with leading a project or special assignment and you really don’t see the importance of it.
You see that the results aren’t as good as they could be, but you eventually say, ‘this will do’.
Whatever you do, make it the best you can.
- That task may also be an opportunity.
- That responsibility may lead to other opportunities.
- It may be this annoying task that’s gonna get you noticed by the boss and get you that promotion.
- It may be that getting to lead that special project may lead to getting more opportunities later.
Never take what you’re doing for granted,
Never assume that ‘it’ll do’ when it’s not as good as it could be.
Do you agree? Is there a time when ‘it’ll do’ is the goal?