If you’re too big for small jobs, you’re too small for big jobs.
Get in there with your team members and work with them. Really work with them.
“According to the Webster’s Comprehensive Dictionary, opportunity is ‘a favorable position or chance.’ When the situation or positions that you need are not available, you must create them.” — Floyd Flake, The Way of the Bootstrapper
Discipline weighs ounces, but regrets weigh pounds. When we stick to our plan, we see results. You cannot move forward and something not happen. It is inevitable. As the saying goes, “A rolling stone gathers no moss.” Taking no action, not sticking to our plan of action, makes us discouraged and lethargic. Then we have regrets and they start weighing us down.
Let’s find out where our holes are, and shore them up. When we examine continuously where our weaknesses are, we are able to re-evaluate what we need to do do keep going. Otherwise, we may be losing water, and don’t even know it. When that happens, before we even have a chance to realize what is happening, we are in emergency mode, shoveling the water out of the boat.