Doing your best is not the last work.
“Sometimes, doing your best is not enough. If you really want something, you will have to do whatever it takes”. Your best work is not the last work.
Who said: “Winston Churchill“.
When you are assigned to achieve an extraordinary job. In other words, by doing your best, you usually react by saying, “I will do my bestest.” Whether you win or whether you lose, they cannot demand more from you. If you lose they will just have to wave it off. And, resolve for the result since you have performed your best. And, your failure means you have entered and touched your best efforts. But do not you sometimes examine yourself, if you have actually given your all? Was that all you can grow up with? Or perhaps, you could do more which could have resulted in a match better outcome? Because this is not your last work.
Notice, sometimes, it is not sufficient to just do your bestest because we usually manage to put goals on what we can do. Have you the blessing of friendship? We point to measure ourselves with how great we finished the past jobs that moved to us. Oftentimes, this happens in not judging harder because in our ideas we have previously delivered everything we do. But what if we will shift our mindset and say, “I will do everything it takes,” instead? Don’t you believe it will gain a big contrast? Because you will have to do everything it needs, you will observe all attainable techniques to achieve. This is so because your best work is not the last work. It may mean examining stuff you have never worked on before or learning new abilities. At last, doing your best is not your last work.