Great tennis players don’t just practice hard to maintain their current level, they practice to get better.

Great concert pianists don’t work hard to stay the same, they aspire to get better.

Great writers, leaders, artists, investors and speakers aren’t just maintaining the status quo, they understand that to remain at the top of their field, they need to find ways to get better.

And they do.

They read, listen, observe, act and innovate in their yearning to constantly improve.

But what about you?

Are you content to meander, or are you striving to grow?

As you look back on the last few years, can you see evidence of expansion?

Can you see the opportunities for further development, or have you given up hope of making progress?

Because if the very best can still find ways to get better, so can you.