In my experiences… we sometimes forget simple doesn’t mean easy.
We also forget that if it is easy to do, it is also easy not to do.
Doing the ordinary extraordinarily well IS the difference maker over time.
Do the simple things perfect every time.
Follow your checklist (or create one if you need too). Recommit to your routines.
That is not a boring job. That is a challenging career few are willing to take.
Make the effort to be the best you can on a regular basis. According to Coach John Wooden, “If you make your effort to do the best you can regularly, the results will be about what they should be, not necessarily what you’d want them to be, but they’ll be about what they should, and only you will know whether you could do that … and that’s what I wanted from them more than anything else.”
It’s all our customers beg for. It’s what your teammates crave. Can you take this simple task and do it perfectly 100 times out of 100?
– 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.