Today, our Director of Sales, Joe Ryder, gives us some insight on how to achieve greatness, ripped straight out of his travel-sized Moleskine notebook.
“Right now, I’m sitting in the tunnel between New Jersey and Penn Station. As always, I am drawn back to thoughts of communication and how to provide our clients with the best possible experience. This brings me to another thought:
Excellence and the pursuit of excellence; greatness and the pursuit of greatness. If we wake up every morning and set out with the goal to achieve greatness in all that we do, I bet our clients would be happy when the dust settles. In today’s world, the bar is set so low for so many. There are too many people that are happy to just get by, probably because they are never challenged to do better. The great coach John Wooden once said, ‘Never mistake activity for achievement.”