You'll often hear me write or speak about Seth Godin simply because of tremendous admiration I have for his work. In his latest blog post he uses an interesting example of how the George Martin landed on Ringo as the drummer of the Beatles. Labeling Ringo as the galvanizer.
"Often, our best work happens when we're in a situation we wouldn't have chosen for ourselves. The hard part is choosing to be in that sort of situation in the first place, the uncomfortable one where we have no choice but to do better work", says Godin.
Just CARE and your WORK will SHINE. Ringo did.