The poster causes us to understand that success does not come from mediocrity. In the workplace, your first work is your resume…your silent knock at the employer’s or businesses’ door. Your best is always someone’s perception that no end state or limitation. You can always become better. What does your best look like? What does it feel like? What are you satisfied with? Will you always have the fulfillment of success, as long as you can honestly and truly say that you did or have done your best? If you love America and want to keep America a GREAT county, you must give America your best and this starts at kindergarten all the way through college and eventually into your passion or profession.
Based on the reality of understanding that you may not get a second chance to make a good impression, your success may be wholly dependent upon you understanding that in the technological focused world that we live in, every second of your life is an audition for success or failure. Your best may be determined or measured by intangibles such as your heart, drive, will to succeed, and your strength of character.
Recommended for encouragement to strive for excellence: Diversity settings, all transitioning military veterans, active duty military, military retirees and dependents, elementary, middle, high school or college graduates/attendees, business offices, military settings, churches, religious or spiritual settings, sports, government, or general settings for conversation and reflection.