In 2018, I walked into my office one morning and wrote on the whiteboard opposite my desk these words. "BE BETTER."
I honestly don't remember what inspired this.
It probably came from a book I was reading or a podcast I listened to on the drive to work. But the words stayed on my whiteboard - in my line of sight - as a constant reminder.
If I was frustrated by a co-worker, there were the words I needed to see.
If I was behind on a project, there was the reminder to step up.
When I wanted to get a burger at lunch, there was a reminder to stick to my salad I brought from home.
As workers, mothers, fathers, children, neighbors, and humans - we all can use the reminder. "BE BETTER."