My beloved Boston Celtics are on a bit of a roll at the moment in the NBA and I noticed an interesting statistic that mentioned when Jaylen Brown has scored 20 or more points this season, the Celtics are 23-5.

Imagine that.

A player does well and the team benefits.

It seems obvious, but sometimes we forget this important principle and also neglect to apply it in our lives.

I need you to hear this today.

When you do well, everyone around you benefits.

When you play to your strengths and thrive, there is a flow on effect.

When you understand that you have an opportunity to impact others positively, something remarkable happens.

Average doesn’t benefit anyone.

Hiding in the crowd doesn’t benefit anyone.

But your best work is invaluable.

Bring it.