This came up in a recent conversation.
I don’t know if T Harve Eker coined the phrase or if he borrowed it, but most who’ve attended his workshop would remember this phrase.
But Isn’t that too general a statement?. Sound a little too simplistic for a business mindset, right?
Think about it.
The actions we take are driven by habits formed over time which in turns form our character and reputation.
I was told interviewers look at nails and shoes of candidates to determine if these interviewees pay attention to details.
Do you know of people who habitually turn up late for appointments but are respectful of project timelines or deadlines?
So how does this affect your business?
If your mid-year review falls short of what has been planned, instead of being discouraged, this may be a good time to ask what processes or implementations need adjusting or realignment.
Conscious small steps done consistently over time can still bring about impactful changes.
“He who is faithful in small things is faithful in great things.”
Have a great weekend and enjoy this episode 041 The Newness of Your Heart-Centered Business