Why is it that when we enhance a product or service…when we want our clients to enjoy a truly quality experience…when we give far more than we take…why do we call it added value?
Isn’t that called caring?
I would argue that caring is a far more appropriate word for the simple reason that caring for your clients best interest is a passionate obsession with quality. Do all things with care. That is the secret to quality.
Caring, genuine concern is always the result of high intention, uncompromising standards, sincere effort, intelligent design, attention to detail, and skillful execution; it’s the calling card of greatness and it represents the wise choice of many alternatives.
Caring manifests itself through continuous improvement and performance excellence to ensure the highest standards of our products, services, processes and technology.
If you have any plans on being competitive, then caring about your clients best interest in the broadest sense of the term must become an obsession. Dynamic, sustainable results will only be achieved through an obsession with caring.
It’s easier to succeed the first time, because success eliminates the embarrassment of mediocrity and defeat.
It’s easier to succeed the first time, because money spent to fail must be spent again to succeed.
It’s easier to succeed the first time because credibility once lost is difficult if not impossible to regain.
The goal is simple; make your name synonymous with caring.
There are always going to be people who can cut corners better than you, work more hours than you, make more compromises and certainly work cheaper than you. But what would happen if you became the person or company who was smarter, better at solving problems and cared the most?
I challenge you to render ever more quality to the form and function of your work. Ensure that every aspect of your work receives the perfect amount of tender loving care it deserves. The final attention to detail must be given to the polish. Every single facet of caring and quality must be polished and buffed in such a way that the end result exceeds all customer expectations.
Our obsession for caring and quality in our work should be a model for the rest of our lives as well. Drinking life from a full cup is a noble ideal.
Posted on April 30th, 2017 by Gary Ryan Blair