The tale of the Vacuum.
So I recently was part of a business challenge that I really learned a lot in. (thanks Josh and Jill Stanton). One thing that we were challenged to consider is this:
When is it going to be ok to invest in your business? They went on to explain that we “make do” with resources that aren’t helping us but if we would invest in the tools and things we need we would then be able to grow! Of course, this seems obvious, but really it needed to be said.
So what does this have to do with a vacuum?
Y’all I’ve had the same one for maybe 9 years, and it was a hand me down so I’m guessing it’s at least 14 years old exact age is unknown.
The ability to do its job was sub-par at best and I’ve been "making do." However, when the need for a real, better working vacuum could no longer be ignored, I had to invest.
It shocked me how easy it was to work with something that: worked! While this is small seemingly, when...