Drowned in Details

I have always been a proponent of mastering the little things. I think that little nuances and complexities can differentiate success from failure. I have seen, first hand, that doing the little things, over a really long period of time, compound into really big things and that this process ultimately can get you to where you want to be.


I wrote the other day about the importance, to me, of patience. Today, I am writing about urgency. Well, not exactly urgency as a whole (as I have written about that before), but rather tools or mechanisms we use in our own lives to instill urgency with what we do.