Team, what stands us apart from the competition?
It’s being quick, efficient, streamlined, and simply the ability to GSD.
If you can get it done, DO IT.
How do you sight in a gun before you shoot it? You don’t.
Are we are looking for the perfect result BEFORE we even begin.
READY, FIRE, AIM.
Quite often in the “planning stage” we simply look for excuses why it won’t work. Start it, do it, figure it out.
Less layers, less people. Less management. Do it. GSD.
Mark Cuban has said
“perfection is the enemy of progress and profitability.”
Now you all know my blogs are not perfect. Sometimes they are misspelled. The grammar is off. But you know what if they were “perfect” I would never get to it. So I choose almost every Monday to “do it” vs. “thinking about doing it perfectly and never really doing it.”
Now we all know counting loads, taking orders, invoicing and many tasks do have to be perfect. But plenty of others can be tweaked as we go.
The ready, fire, aim approach requires a positive attitude and a TON of communication.
But we got that don’t we?
– Joel Fleischman. Joel is Head Coach of the solution providers for Drexel Building Supply. (drexelteam). You can follow him on twitter: @JoelmFleischman. Since 1985, our business success has come from building others UP.