“The hardest part of the journey to personalized success isn’t adopting the new mindset…it’s letting go of the old one.” – Todd Rose
As challenging as 2020 has been, I’m grateful to our team. They’ve enabled our business to accomplish missions critical to our success, and I’m extraordinarily lucky that with them, we’ve excelled through this crisis. Our team has also shifted to help our clients not only survive but emerge from this crisis even more durable than before.
The exceptional talent of our team members and their remarkable open mindset to technology has been vital to our success. We seek to model what we advise our clients to do, offering programs, services, and deliverables never offered before. We’re surfacing new and better approaches for our client’s businesses to endure.
Our team’s open mindset is what sets us apart from other firms that are usually stuck in how they do their work (which is easy to do when things are going well).
In these times of crisis, we must go above and beyond as we do our work differently and effectively. We can all learn from our team’s example, and I’m thrilled our staff took this crisis challenge to heart.
Our clients are thankful for the ongoing communication, support, and hand-holding through this crisis. A few of our clients said, finally, you guys are doing it. The TCFOS vision is unfolding for our business and the clients we serve.
And, we’re thankful for the many clients who have helped us. Some published Zoom etiquette guidelines within their businesses which we adopted and learned from in our efforts. We’re taking what we’ve learned and passing it along to other clients and leaders we can help.
It’s now more important than ever to communicate a message of open-mindedness, innovation, and a desire to learn. What are you learning during this season? What are you grateful for?
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