Most vs. Best
All of the productivity in the world doesn’t necessarily produce a good end product.
Working extra hours and giving extra effort doesn’t necessarily mean our tasks contain that “little extra.”
Taking on too many things at once or saying yes to yet another project or failing to say no (or at least yes, but later) doesn’t necessarily mean the work is good work.
There’s a difference between hard work and good work.
There’s a difference between our people getting the most out of us and getting the best out of us.
The challenge is knowing how to whittle down and how to serve from the place that God has wired us.
The balance is honoring our natural limits while pursuing our actual calling.