As a leader, learn to adopt the philosophy of quality. One of the most important and frequent decisions you’ll have to make is the choice of quality vs. quantity. We choose the level of quality we will experience in life. Now don’t think for a second that I’m only speaking in regards to materialistic things such as clothes, houses, or cars. This philosophy has more to do with the intangibles such as education, support, and motivation. However, this is also not to say you shouldn’t prioritize upgrading the level of quality in the material as needed. Let me repeat this one few more times.
as needed. as needed. as needed. as needed. as needed. as needed. as needed. as needed. as needed. as needed. as needed. as needed. as needed. as needed. as needed. as needed.
This concept isn’t actually about the materialistic, most people have that down already. However, the intangibles… not so much. Where people take the time to invest their money in buying bigger houses; it’s mind boggling to think about how many people fail to invest time in their marriages. While people are ecstatic with the idea of dropping their hand-me-downs for the newest name brands, it’s strange to see how they can’t stand the idea of dropping their drag-me-down friends for the ones the push you further towards your goals. Again, this isn’t to bash upgrading what you buy, but if you aren’t, it’s a “what’s the point” type of situation right?
Then again, that’s how I see it. What’s your perspective? Drop it in the comment section below and let’s start a conversation.