Every child is unique and is blessed with different calibers and qualities and this also implies that every child will be exceptionally good at a thing or two but not at everything. Hence, there should always be room for mediocrity. If your child performs an activity by putting its best into it, and you end up comparing it with a peer or another child, it will completely ruin their self-esteem and confidence in their capabilities. You should know that every child is good at something but not everything. Therefore, instead of comparing, you should appreciate and encourage.