To excel is to continually perform. Not for a moment or moments. Not for a day or for days. But to perform day after day, month after month, and make that uncommon performance look commonplace. To excel is to take the inner drive of competition and not only embrace it, but master it.It is no wonder that when one truly excels, one is known for excellence. It cannot be bought or legislated or willed into existence. It must come from the depths of an individual's desire to be the best.