Episode 10: Early Experiences in Mediocrity

If any of you have a desire to be mediocre, you will probably find that you have already achieved your ambition.
— Hugh B. Brown
He was marked out by his relentless ability to find fault with others’ mediocrity—suggesting that a certain type of intelligence may be at heart nothing more or less than a superior capacity for dissatisfaction.
— Alain de Botton, "The Pleasures and Sorrows of Work"

It is natural to compare yourself to those around you. In this episode, we wanted to discuss what it means to be average or mediocre, how we respond to mediocrity and how we overcome it.

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