“A Good Problem to Have.”
As Crowded House said…Try to catch a deluge in a paper cup.
It can’t be done.
Couple that with the fact that monetary incentives don’t seem to motivate us. So what would our motivation be to grow?
It turns out that we all love to solve problems and we all love to succeed at what we do. Taking this approach we were able to perceive our well earned popularity as a problem that needed to be solved. How can we grow yet stay the same? Not an easy task.
This first item on our agenda was to cultivate the staff that we already had. The second item was to find individuals with similar mind-sets.
With this accomplished we then set out to stream-line our operations.
Of course we have made many mistakes along the way but we have embraced the belief that each mistake is an opportunity for learning.
I can’t predict the future but if the old saying is true “You can judge an individual by the company they keep” then I am glad to say that I keep a very good company and feel very excited about what’s to come.