Mediocrity

Have you ever experienced that feeling, when you want to do something amazing because it sounds so unbelievably ingenious in your head, but when it’s time for you to make it happen you become too scared, lazy, whatever the reason is, to actually move about and let things come to life?

I think that’s exactly the problem with potentially great people who remain only a potential: they know they are capable of doing amazing things and reaching amazing results, yet for some reason they always settle for mediocrity.

Mediocrity is somewhat worse than failure. In failure, you actually learn a thing or two; in mediocrity, you accept to settle in being average — and the thing with being average is that compared to ingenuity, it doesn’t always guarantee satisfaction.

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