“Just do your best.” Chances are you heard that growing up, and even now may still hear it in adulthood. But it misses the mark when it comes to practicing magnanimity.
To be honest, I absolutely hate the phrase “just do your best” because it most often comes with the implication that your best may never be good enough. I just don’t believe that’s true. To me the phrase “Just do your best” is condescending and hints at the notion that mediocrity is okay as long as it’s “your best.”
It’s a nice enough thought – to just do your best. But

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