Average is a measure of what most people do, not what they can do.SM
What does that mean? To understand that, let’s answer this question:
A small economical electric car is made so that when its motor is operating at full power, in the highest gear it can move at 60 miles per hour (about 96 kilometers per hour). How fast can this car go operating at 100% of its ability?
No it isn’t a trick question, the answer is obvious, it is 60 miles per hour (about 96 kilometers per hour).
So what does it mean when we call someone an overachiever? Like the car above, can a person do more than a person can do? Does it mean that person is doing the impossible by some magical power?
No, of course not. So what are we really saying when we call someone an overachiever?
We’re saying that particular person is performing at a level that is clearly greater than what most people do. In statistics, you refer to the greatest number of something as the “average.”
Extreme Achievers® exists because average is a measure of what most people, it is not a measure of what most people CAN do.
We’re here to change that. With your help, when we get done with the world, the word “overachiever” won’t apply to anyone any more. But there will still be a word for those who don’t get the word and get going with the rest of us.
Don’t be one of them. Join Extreme Achievers® today!