Laurels are great, but…
I don’t know much about Deepak Chopra and I admit I had or may still have a preconception about him. However, while I was reading a book I found a very interesting phrase which is apparently his: “In the absence of discontent, there is no creativity.” This feels so true, especially in times when most of the world is going through economic crises.
When everything is going well, we tend to relax and enjoy the calmness – which is totally fine. The thing is our businesses need us to be constantly rethinking what we do and how we do it, because market conditions change all the time, people’s likes and dislikes change too, and what worked totally fine may seem to stop working overnight. If we keep good track of our business, we may realize soon enough of these changes in trends, but sometimes they can take us by surprise.
It is not a good thing to be so satisfied with your past achievements and present success that you stop trying to improve.
At The TR Company we celebrate our achievements, take pleasure from every encouraging comment we get from satisfied clients and their referrals which show us they appreciate our work, but we also pay a lot of attention to the little details and any mistakes we make to make sure we keep trying to do things better.
Also, we communicate regularly with our clients and providers to ensure that everything is okay and to remind them that we will be more than happy to help them whenever they need us.