Sunday, January 31, 2010

Care A Whole Awful Lot

“Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better; it’s not.” Dr. Seuss

The good Dr. is back with a quote from his sack that’s clever and quick and intended to stick; and it’s good that he’s here with a quote that for sure is about something as important as grandeur. And he’s sure in his head with a hat on the top that the grandest of grand comes from caring a lot. These Dr. Seuss-like rhymes are known as trisyllabic meter; he was the master of them and they enchanted readers young and old in all of his books – and were a clever way to make a point.

The point here is how much do you care? Look around at your world – is everything the best it can be or do you let good be good enough? In today’s economy it’s only the best that excel and have a chance of surviving this downturn. How can you make sure that your company is successful, your products are the most in demand and your reputation’s intact??? By trying hard – every moment of every day with everything you do and in every conceivable way; that my friends and my colleagues too is what will ensure that the first-place position goes only to you. And by caring a lot every day and all night you’ll give it the boost - from which best is produced –and make it all perfectly right. So go discover your own rhymes and work on your meter – because that’s what assuredly will make you a leader.

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