Old-The Life of a Process

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We don’t expect much from a baby they eat, sleep, and frequently require cleaning. When you think of a process in this fashion you stop expecting it to crawl, walk, and run all in one day.

We don’t expect much from a baby they eat, sleep, and frequently require cleaning. When you think of a process in this fashion you stop expecting it to crawl, walk, and run all in one day.

Your process is a baby.

We don’t expect much from a baby they eat, sleep, and frequently require cleaning. When you think of a process in this fashion you stop expecting it to crawl, walk, and run all in one day.

Think about how stressful it would be if a baby did all of this in one day let alone one month!

Raising a baby is similar to creating the perfect process. Both require a large up-front investment to dictate behavior in the future.

With the proper attention to detail you can influence positive behaviors and results.

If the results aren’t great and mistakes are made try not to point the blame elsewhere.

Your process is going to grow with or without you.

What kind of process will you create?

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