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W.I.N. Wednesday: Great does not mean famous

"I never wanted to be famous. I only wanted to be great."

Ray Charles

If you are willing to Dare to Be Great, to engage in the pursuit of excellence and strive to continually be the best version of yourself while in service to others, you may end up becoming rich and famous. 

If you are willing to Dare to Be Great, to engage in the pursuit of excellence and strive to continually be the best version of yourself while in service to others, you may end up becoming famous, but not rich.

If you are willing to Dare to Be Great, to engage in the pursuit of excellence and strive to continually be the best version of yourself while in service to others, you may end up becoming rich, but not famous.

If you are willing to Dare to Be Great, to engage in the pursuit of excellence and strive to continually be the best version of yourself while in service to others, you may end up becoming neither rich or famous. 

If you are willing to Dare to Be Great, to engage in the pursuit of excellence and strive to be the best version of yourself while in service to others, you will develop an inner peace and contentment that comes from knowing you did your best, you showed up, you did the work, you helped to serve, grow and develop others and you made a difference in the lives of others. That might even be better than being rich and famous. Being great does not mean you will become rich and famous. It is still worth striving for. 

“Worry not who knows of you. Seek to be worth knowing”

Confucius 

What’s Important Now? Dare to Be Great. Focus on growing, learning, striving and serving.

Take care.

Brian Willis

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