B for Being Best… #atozchallenge #motivation

Focus on the best part of a thing and leave the rest ~ Robin Sharma

Best – that marks perfection in any given work. Doing best is reaching the potential store of a work by transcending the limits you’ve already set in your mind.

Who doesn’t want to be best ? But it’s equally important to consider the area of interest to put efforts for being best. For that one need to learn each day, taking small, tiny steps to be better and with appropriate amount of  Appreciation to do a bit more.

This strive of being best often stresses us in number of ways but it’s important to not bother being best in every field or walk of life. Just Prioritize  and choose a thing that makes you happy.

We all have that best in us, just need to unveil it with regular efforts 🙂

Note : Being Best is not a destination, just a small step that demarcates you with rest of the people. Keep striving for the BEST and growing even after that.

Tips & Tricks : Always ask for feedback for your work to make it better, more better and ultimately, the best.



30 thoughts on “B for Being Best… #atozchallenge #motivation

    1. Quite good approach by you but at times it happens even if we give the best we are not happy with our results so it’s necessary to understand that Being Best is a regular process not a one day/ situation. Thank you for your feedback 🙂


  1. I’m reminded of an old M*A*S*H episode where Hawkeye Pierce tells someone who’s struggling with the aftershocks of a large mistake, “Best is best.”

    I think you’ve touched on something profound here. We can’t all be best at everything, and time is a finite resource for each of us. It’s wise to choose what you want to be best at. Personally, I don’t think we can ever truly be our best without joy and passion for the effort, the process, and the result.

    So happy you landed in my A-Z bracket today. I’m trying to be the best part-time minion for Holton’s Heroes that I can be!

    Boldly Going Through the Alphabet!
    Part-Time Minion for Holton’s Heroes
    shanjeniah’s Lovely Chaos


  2. I believe in doing things that I would not have done it in any other way. Just one way and the best. And about knowing whatbisbthe best in you, yeah, it is important. Brilliant write up! 😃

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  3. When you walk into a bookstore, which books do you see in the front display rack? Nine out of ten titles will be written by best-selling authors, names that you are already familiar with, and whose other books you have probably read before. You know James Patterson or Stephen King as the best novelists in their genre. You know Johnny Depp or George Clooney as the best Hollywood actors. You know Venus Williams and Roger Federer as top tennis stars. You know Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking as brilliant scientists. These are folks who are at the top of their game. The very best. And that’s a good reason to strive to be the best.

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    1. Seconded, Best people are always looked upon whenever we need some motivation as such but quite important is to understand one’s own situation/ work and then adapt the wisdom from the best people.
      Thanks for your feedback ! 🙂


  4. Being the best in your field is like the standard. People forget the difference between being the best, and being your best. You need to push beyond limits, and achieve the success that you want.
    Motivational post indeed 🙂

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    1. Very good point you made, being your best eventually helps in making us brilliant in many different ways along with a uniqueness we achieve out of that.
      Thanks a lot ! 🙂


  5. Points well made, especially about asking for feedback which is very much needed indeed.

    Let’s have fun throughout this blogging challenge and keep inspiring each other with the stories that we have to present


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