Legendary psychiatrist Viktor Frankl talks about the human search for meaning in this rare clip from 1972.
Perhaps more poignant is his observation about strategy.
When pilots are navigating they need to aim the plane well above their target in order to land in the right place.
This is because of headwinds or something. When they aim directly for the target they miss and end up somewhere wrong.
(If it's easier then imagine Roberto Carlos scoring his famous banana for Brazil against France in the 1998 World Cup)
So to get (at least) good, we had better aim for great.
Because aiming for average means that that you will almost always get shit.