|Greatness means making no small plans.|
This week’s blog post I want to talk about why we keep dealing with the setbacks and challenges to try and build this business. I hail from the Chicago metropolitan area and one of the founding fathers of this city is Daniel Burnham who was an early pioneer of skyscraper construction and chief architect of the 1893 Colombian exposition. He said, “Make no little plans. They have no magic to stir men's blood and probably will not themselves be realized.”
I was and am tired of making small plans in my cubical. I want to help other small and medium sized businesses leverage the power of the web and cloud based computing. I want to get involved in philanthropy and help others with the opportunities I was fortunate to receive. I want to be able to own my own office and lay it out the way I want. Some of this is ego driven and the remainder is motivated by a strong desire to make the business community in my local corner of the world better.
We think that we have the tools to make that happen. Our Sully 2.0 software makes managing inventory and bills of lading twenty four hours a day seven days a week. We have a broad knowledge of agile management and we have the people who will help your organization manage the transition. We are putting the finishing touches on the Tony fleet maintenance system. Finally, we can put together QR codes for you to help drive more business to your organization and web site. This makes us poised for growth and greatness. No little plans indeed.
Contact us today and we will tell you more.
Until Next time.