Defining the Outcomes of

by Robert Rizzo | Twitter, Facebook,

At the time I’m writing this, only about 10 people will be reading. The NEW /Mediocrity-Free Living site  has been “live” for a couple of weeks, but I haven’t announced it anywhere or done any kind of promotion.

First things first

Within the next few weeks, I’ll go “live” with a more public launch, but until then I’ll be adding content and tweaking the design.
Right from the beginning, I want to establish what my expectations are for this site.

The message of this blog is simple. To help people discover new life passion and purpose by helping someone else succeed – Every Day!

To accomplish this goal, I’ll focus on ten topics I call the Mediocrity-Free Mandates. Nine of the mandates are daily living disciplines that prepare you for the tenth, and most important,  Be a Giver, Not a Taker.

For more info about Mediocrity-Free Living, check out the MFL Mini-Manifesto. (it’s probably one of the longest posts I’ll write)

Looking ahead this is what I aspire to accomplish over the next year:

  1. 2 posts per week each approximately 500 words in length.
  2. An email newsletter series based on the 30 Day Mediocrity-Free Living Challenge. You can sign up for updates here and follow along as it develops.
  3. 25 success stories from the MFL community…that’s you! Share your story NOW!
  4. An average of at least 1,000 committed, regular readers who follow the project through RSS, email updates, or by checking in at the site.
  5. A signed contract for my first book that will explore Mediocrity-Free Living in greater detail. If you are a publisher or know a publisher that would like to see my proposal, please EMPTY.

Most importantly, I want to create a community for people who are tired of a self-centered lifestyle and want to do something big or small to help someone else succeed…TODAY!

Other stuff I’ll share

In addition to topics on living a giving lifestyle, I may share about some other projects that I’m working on. I’ll let you know about them as they develop.

Thanks for sharing some of your time with me. You are why I do this. 🙂


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Robert is the founder of | Mediocrity-Free Living. He is passionate about helping people discover the rewards of daily giving.

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