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Whatever You Tolerate, You Endorse

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By Gibson - May 15, 2020 6:30:00 AM

Today we’re sharing insight from guest blogger Justin Maust, entrepreneur, keynote speaker, Certified EOS Implementer and certified speaker, trainer and coach for the John Maxwell Team. We hope you enjoy Justin’s wisdom and perspective.

We have an enemy.

Habitual mediocrity.

It’s a sleeper. We often don’t realize how nasty it is. In the end, we are not satisfied with our organization's results.

How do we overcome these frustrations?

Check out the video for my suggestion:

Whatever You Tolerate, You ENDORSE! from Justin Maust on Vimeo.

 

What’s The Risk? 

Everything is at risk! If you continue to tolerate what is not working, you are going to experience less than your best results. You’ll have habitually mediocre results.

But if you have the guts to stop tolerating what isn’t working, you’ll have habitually awesome results.  

 

This content was written and shared by guest blogger Justin Maust.

Justin 2Justin is an entrepreneur, keynote speaker, Certified EOS Implementer and certified speaker, trainer and coach for the John Maxwell Team. He speaks across the country and travels primarily throughout the Midwest helping leadership teams implement the Entrepreneurial Operating System® [EOS®].

In 2012, Justin founded EntreLegacy Group with a passion to develop leaders, inspire teams, and build world-changing legacies.

Learn More: www.JustinMaust.com. Connect with Justin via LinkedIn and Facebook.

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