If you know something today that you didn’t know yesterday – you did a Good Job.
If you tried something new, fell on your face and want to get up tomorrow and try again – you are doing a Good Job.
If your work is making people, think and question their approach – you are doing a Good Job.
If your quiet actions are drowning out the deafening sounds of negativity – you are doing a Good Job.
If you show up early, leave late and never complain about it – you are doing a Good Job.
It’s not always about measuring the success or fails, sometimes it’s simply about reminding ourselves that we are doing a Good Job (in comparison to nothing else but yourself).