I love my fairly new iPhone. Because it just works so smoothly. And I can do so much with it. Things it used to take an office staff to get done. And I started thinking about how a communication device I can keep in my purse got to this amazing point. Of course, the answer is details, details.
Details details…the keys to your empire
Check out these two quotes.
“Details matter. It’s worth waiting to get it right.” Steve Jobs, Founder of Apple
“When making experiences, attention to detail matters.” Richard Branson, Founder of Virgin
And what do those two guys have in common? Well, the obvious, of course, is that they both became billionaires. But what should be just as obvious is that they became billionaires by following their own good advice.
I’ve heard that Mr. Jobs was hardheaded about the details. So much so that he made sure even most of those tiny screws and parts inside the computers and phones were the same high quality as what people could see on the outside.
And Mr. Branson understood how airline flights could so much more than just getting from Point A to Point B. So, he made sure his passengers had a memorable experience. Not just a flight.
Every day I get up and focus on what I can do to make life better for business owners. And how I can help my clients and customers do that for their clients and customers. Because if I can’t help you, I’m sure not gonna be helping myself much either.
And that’s why it took me a few years to develop and refine my RondaReady system. And I’m proud to say that my attention to the details has paid off big for lots of business owners. Because I was able to take care of a lot of the hard parts. So, my clients could focus more on the uniqueness of their businesses.
And that’s how you build your empire.
Yes, never forget the day-to-day. But focus on what you do best. And find people (or a system) to help you apply the unique details of your business. I recommend you get a R.O.N.D.A.
Then, get up every day ready to Get Ready and Be Ready to be the highly organized CEO of your business.
And I truly do wanna help you…