Details Matter

“You should make it a habit of putting your all into every little thing you do.”

—Koichi Tohei

Admiral McRaven said to make your bed.

Steve Jobs’ dad (a carpenter) used high quality wood for the back of drawers that basically no one would see. That is why even the soldering points in the early Apple products were perfect and later products were works of art.

Professional pride is a reflection of arete, the Greek ideal of excellence in all you do.

Mike Tyson said do things you hate as if you loved them.

Success comes from doing the little things right, even if you think no one will ever notice.

Because it creates an attitude of excellence in all things, which translates into exceptional in some things.