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Raising The Bar Doesn’t Always Work

written by Noah St. John February 12, 2020
Raising The Bar Doesn’t Always Work

“Raising the bar” is a term we often hear to be more competitive and more successful.

The term “raising the bar” is a metaphor borrowed from the sports world, meaning one should constantly strive to be better, go farther, faster. And that’s a great aim to have. But does it always work?

Warning: Raising the Bar may not Always Work

The secret of success: Get up early. Work late. Strike oil. – John D. Rockefeller

Imagine that you want to be a champion high jumper. Now imagine that I’m a world-famous coach who has written a bestselling book called, How to Be a Champion High Jumper. You ask me to coach you.

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