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RAISING THE BAR


By Vernalee

The phrase - "Raise the bar means to set a high standard, to raise expectations, to set higher goals. The expression is often used in a situation where someone's performance surpasses the performances of others by far." There is a tendency to - expect/want more or to push the envelope. If this happens, we may have bigger dreams. We also become highly motivated to maximize our potential! We may even achieve what we least expected. In the light of day … ain’t nothing wrong with that! Kudos! Celebrate your new accomplishments! The next time, you may even raise the bar a notch or two higher to reach another milestone. Yea! Go for it! Push yourself! Establish a realistic timeline to accelerate to your new aspired height! It is said that -Average leaders raise the bar on themselves; good leaders raise the bar for others; great leaders inspire others to raise their own-bar.”

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