Manifesto Against Mediocrity!

Manifesto Against Mediocrity


Why do so many people quit on their dreams?

We buy into this idea of going to school, getting a steady job, and having a stable life.

We believe in this false sense of security in exchange for our audacious goals and dreams that we once had as a child.

The world tells us that dreaming is for struggling artist, and that dreams don’t pay the bills.

When it comes to the collective whole we have been conditioned to settle for mediocrity.

Mediocrity is living in fear when there’s a whole world out there to be explored.

Mediocrity requires you to clock into a job that you dread going in to.

Mediocrity is letting your personal health fall to the bottom of your list of priorities.

Mediocrity thinks that you are just some other person.

Mediocrity is believing doomsday predictions and losing all hope.

Mediocrity is living your life without passion and purpose.

We’ve been forced fed to believe in mediocrity as if it were the truth.

The truth is, mediocrity is against our very nature.

There’s only one solution – to wake up and take a stand.

By protecting our minds against the rampant negativity in the world.

By continuously working on our overall personal development.

So long, mediocrity.

Step aside, we’ve got it from here.

Lets take our collective consciousness to the next level.

Lets put an end to the mediocrity in our lives.

That’s the whole idea behind the movement – we’re against mediocrity!

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Written By:
Luis Rosario
Director of Business Development

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  • Denni Jordan

    Great job Luis. I totally agree and refuse to be mediocre.

  • Lee Nelson

    “The truth is, mediocrity is against our very nature.” That comment took my breath away. Your ending comment, “Step aside, we’ve got it from here,” made me laugh out loud! I remember once upon a time a had a dream of swimming the English channel . . .

    • Luis Rosario


      Glad to hear that you liked the post. Where did that dream originate from?


  • Lee Nelson

    Life long love of swimming:) It takes more than a person realizes. Not only the physicality of it, but the huge amount of support needed to even think about accomplishing it! I am reading Lynn Cox’s “Swimming to Antartica,” and she has done a lot of long distance swims. It is overwhelmingly difficult to get all the pieces in place, not to mention your body!!!

    • Luis Rosario

      Awesome….well keep us posted for when it happens!!!!

  • Julia

    Beautifully written article. I am sadly surrounded by people who believe more in mediocrity than living an amazing life. These people, parents, siblings, etc, they don’t mean to be hurtful to me, but they look at me like I am from another planet!

    I don’t take their comments to heart because I have spent close to 5 years re-wiring my thinking to now believe that living an exceptional life is the only life for me. Those who continue to live lives that they complain about need to re-wire their brains. I did and life has never seemed brighter.

    I feel in control of my life and my financial future. Living an exceptional life feels safe to me, even though I know others look at my viewpoint as scary. Mediocrity is a life that is out of balance and one where that individual controls nothing in their present or future. I need to be the one pulling the strings, not some system that I put myself in.

  • Lee Nelson

    Julia, I am behind you 100 and 10 and a thousand more percent of the way. Truly. Like Luis said, mediocrity is against our very nature. Remember when you were a kid and the whole world was just waiting for YOU? When does that wonderful mindset disappear? I guess somewhere people tell us that we need to grow up, blah, blah, blah, get a real job, blah, blah, blah, and play the mindless, stupid game that we are all supposed to play. The sad thing is, we buy into it. I am glad that you are “stepping aside—we got it from here.” :)