Many great leaders compare their strategy to a game of chess: you must think several moves ahead and often make sacrifices to succeed and win. I'd rather play Tetris.
I can see the layout in front of me...
I can even see what's coming next...
The trick is to place the pieces in the right spaces before getting buried!
Until recently, the pieces have all looked the same, but wouldn't stack together to form a cohesive structure. Kinda like those Z-shaped pieces.
Occasionally, some would come through to knock out a few rows, but it seemed to come as blind luck.
Now, I've diversified our company to include several pieces that fit together to knock out projects at will. ..
It started with our lead installer, Joey, who came back with several years experience and firsthand knowledge of my fussy quality standards.
Next came Kat, the office manager who has turned my chaos into processes and streamlined the entire operation.
Finally, I found a rockstar designer and media genius with Antonio. He can handle any design with an artist's touch while introducing a new level of video production to our mix!
With these pieces in place, I'm finally able to run the business rather than simply work in it.
I can go back to the controls of the Tetris game and plan the knockouts at a consistent basis.
This even allows me to focus more on future improvements and innovations...