Adding value is in the details

Adding value is a continuous flow There’s always going to be added value to be found in the already existing value you are providing, it’s inevitable that there will be opportunities to observe what you are maintaining and thus grow that maintenance. By not observing what you’re maintaining you may be missing out on opportunity to add value where the slightest adjustment or fine tuning may increase value or decrease what is affecting you to add value. Race Car teams are fixated on continuous adding value, they don’t just settle for...

read more

What’s worth thinking about?

The STATS. A Gallup study of over 2,000,000 people (by Marcus Buckingham and Donald O. Clifton, Ph.D.) states that the average person makes approximately 1,000 decisions a day; in fact, the average person makes 200 decisions on food alone. That is 365,000 a year. This means out of the 365,000 decisions you make annually, 402 of them account for two thirds of your success or failure for the year. What if you could identify these 402 decisions as they surface? Source: http://www.whatsworththinkingabout.com But before you go, let’s do the...

read more