And just to be clear, no one is paying me to endourse the book.
Anyway, in Chapter 11 Pay Off the Home Mortgage "Be Ultrafit" he had a great story about what happens when running a marathon. I've never run a marathon but apparantly around the 18-mile mark, runners begin to lock up. The body starts to talking to you about stopping.
I thought, the same thing happens when we start to really progress with our training...lose a few pounds and look "pretty good" or-- and if you are over 40 may have heard that we look "good for our age." Don't we all love that "compliment"?
Anyway..here's the point:
If you aren't careful, "The Good Enough" can become the enemy of the "The Best." "Bad" is seldom the enemy of "The Best", but mediocrity with a dose of doubt can keep you from excellence. Finishing well can be more important than starting well.