What is one of the main reasons most people never do anything significant in life? Because their egos don't allow them to be seen doing something poorly. They never want people to see them experiencing loss or failure. According to Andy Frisella, you have to be willing to do something badly for awhile before you become good--and eventually great--at it. That is the natural path to excellence--and success.
What makes your work worthwhile? Is it only worldwide influencers who make 9-figures that should feel good about themselves & their lives? Or can you feel great about life if you're a blue collar worker, a teacher, or someone who doesn't even earn $45,000 in income? Whether it's people who think "happiness is the new rich" or people who equate being famous with being impactful, there's a lot of confusion out there about how to evaluate the worth of a job & the value of a human life.