It as been said that all we do as health professionals is supervise a regression to the mean.
In other words, those who are below minimum standards will get better, it won’t be you.
Those who are optimal will get worse, and you can’t stop it.
This experience and mentality is an argument for mediocrity, a real contributor of ill health.
A culture of health, function and performance is more effective by lifting the mean, not settling for it. If the mean was/is so good, why do we have such ill health, dysfunction and varying performance?
"If you argue for your weaknesses, you'll own them." - Gray Cook