If you’re average, get better than average
By Jeremiah Buffalo
Average — by definition — is boring.
Average — by definition — means you’re not exceptional.
Average — by definition — means you suck balls.
If you’re average, get better. It’s as simple as that. Quit crying to your mama about how unfair the game is:
- I don’t have enough employees
- I don’t have enough money
- I don’t have enough resources
- I don’t have enough experience
- I don’t have enough sales people
- I don’t have enough inventory
- I don’t have enough interns
- I don’t have enough word of mouth
- I don’t have enough twitter followers
And on and on…
The excuses go on forever. You would be shocked the number of times I hear these excuses on a daily basis. The people saying them to me are average with a capital A.
Does anyone want an average paying job?
Does anyone want an average investment portfolio?
Does anyone want an average sized pecker?
This is average thinking. And average thinking leads to average results.
But guess what, baby?
You have enough.
You have enough money.
You have enough resources.
And you have enough twitter followers.
You have enough of everything you need to get started and take that first step towards being a better you.
So turn that key and rev that engine you sorry sack of worthless shit.
Get. Started. Right. Fucking. Now.
It’s the only way to get better than average.
And getting better than average is the first step towards becoming exceptional.
Damn. That’s heavy shit…