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If you say these things, you don’t care about growth

Our family and friends who truly care about us want us to be safe. Caring about safety is valuable, but often comes at the expense of caring about excellence, transformation, and true personal growth.

Here are some slogans for mediocrity. If you catch yourself saying them, consider whether complacency and safety are higher priorities than growth:

” At least I’m not as bad as…” “If it ain’t broke…” “No one’s perfect” “Better not rock the boat” “What will they think of me?”

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