Details Are the Rudder That Directs Your Work
“God is in the details,” said Mies Van der Rohe. To be successful, you understand how essential details are to achieving the highest level of excellence. That’s what gets the gift.
But you also understand that details don’t mean the minutiae and mechanics of our work. To you, details mean having most everything in place that provides the optimal opportunity of securing the gift. But you don’t drown in the fiddle-faddle.
Being successful does not favor the lucky. Serendipity is God’s way of remaining anonymous and quiet.
Nothing is left undone. Nothing is left to the imagination. You understand that spontaneity and poor planning are your enemy.
You prepare. You prepare as if securing the gift depended on it. It does.