Extraordinary Requires Extra

Build a team, hire staff, recruit players, with extraordinary expectations, to do tasks extraordinarily. This will be rewarded with extraordinary results.

Championship performance doesn’t necessarily result in championships. But, surrounding yourself with people who have developed championship-like habits, increases the likelihood that the championships will follow. As a worst case, they’re going to max out their capacity to achieve. And, at the end of day, that’s all the good teacher-coaches do. They bring out the best in their people. And often, they bring out things that people did not even know existed within them; both individually and collectively.

“You don’t have to win a championship to be a champion.”

—Don Meyer

Are you falling into the trap of expecting extraordinary results from ordinary effort? What steps are you taking to create an environment that’s demands EXTRA-ordinary?