Average Is Over
The people who deliver superior results are not simply doing more of the same things everyone else does; they are doing better things, and they are making everything they do count.
Very small differences, consistently practiced, produce superior results.
In today’s competitive environment…mediocrity is a death sentence.
Either you’re among the select few who are thriving and growing, or you’re like most people who are distracted, overwhelmed and struggling.
Here’s the raw, honest, finger-in-the-eye truth…it’s simply not enough to just show up, go through the motions and do your work.
Just in case you’re wondering why…tatoo this next line to your forehead.
Superior performance is not, never has been, nor will it ever be the by-product or ordinary efforts!
You must embrace the fact that in order for you to remain competitive…it’s in your best interest to learn what it takes to make everything count and exceed expectations at all times.
By adopting everything counts as the golden rule of excellence, you’ll begin to examine even the smallest details; those which in the past may have compromised performance and even contaminated your reputation.
No matter how you define performance excellence, it will always include exceptional quality, meticulous attention to details, uncompromising standards, and superior craftsmanship fueled by love and passion.
Excellence is respected and serves as the triumphant accomplishment of those unwilling to accept anything less than their absolute best.
World-class results are the product of a world-class work ethic.
From start to finish, the distinguishing characteristics of success are always found in the details.
The popular philosophy that instructs us not to “sweat the small stuff” is flawed, because it breeds poor customer service, under-performance, wasted opportunity, mistakes, inconsistencies, rework, and oversights.
From typos to tardiness, many people and organizations act as if details just don’t matter much.
The result of this mind-set is that they treat customers poorly, deliver sloppy results, and show up both unprepared and late.
While mission statements and service creeds extol excellence, quality, and consistency, clients and customers tend to receive mediocrity, apathy, and–far too often–incompetence.
We all have it within ourselves the power to raise the bar any time we wish by dumping “don’t sweat” complacency and by embracing an everything counts attitude.
Make no mistake, the adoption of an everything counts philosophy takes conscious effort, immense discipline, and a deep reservoir of commitment.
If it were easy, you wouldn’t need those attributes to be successful.
Learning how to make everything count is another important reason why you should take the 100 Day Challenge.
You’ll not only learn how to drive radical results fast…you’ll learn how to do everything in the spirit of excellence.