Death Valley is the hottest and driest place in America. From May to October the average daily high temperature is 106℉ The average annual precipitation in Death Valley is 2.36 inches. Almost nothing will grow there…or so we have been led to believe.
During the winter 2004/2005 Death Valley received a record rainfall; as of March 2005, Death Valley measured more than 8 inches of rain! And something amazing happened:
The Death Valley floor bust into a palette of color, as long dormant seeds of wildflowers came to life! These seeds, with ample moisture germinated, grew, and flourished!
Take a look at your practice. Are you a little stagnant? Have you – and maybe your team – fallen into a rut? Do you find yourself doing the same things you have always done? Here’s some news for you:
What got you here won’t get you “there.” If you are growth minded, consider what areas of your business need to be “watered.” It may be your relationships with your best clients. Possibly members of your team. Processes. Products. Services. Consider all aspects of your business, including marketing, client service, client experience, and training. Decide what and who need to be watered, fertilized, cultivated…or picked. Make a priority list and bring back the wildflowers in your practice!
“Work Hard & Have Fun!”™