I recently spoke with a family member that works at a $3.4B company. That’s not market cap. $3.4 Billion in annual sales.
Can you guess what our conversation was about?
Consultants too often focus on perfection. They want all the stars to line up before taking action.
They told me all about how poor the systems and processes the company had in place were.
How their IT was slow and their department was filled with unskilled people lacking motivation.
There’s no denying that these are all problems, right?
Clearly this company can improve.
It Gets Interesting
BUT, here’s the most interesting part…the idea and lesson I’m excited to share with you today…
This company is still doing $3.4B in sales per year!
Even though it has plenty of room to improve it is still a very successful company.
Even though it isn’t perfect, it’s still employing and supporting thousands of people around the world.
Consultants too often focus on perfection.
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