Excellence in business and workplace
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Excellence in business and workplace is required in our society of today. In today’s world where lots of people want to do it the crooked way and where they want to cut corners.

There is no better time to start preaching the gospel of excellence in business and workplace. I want you to enjoy this post and please share this with your friends.

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Excellence in business and workplace: what does it mean?

The short story below will show you what excellence in business and workplace is all about. Please read it below.

SIR HENRY ROYCE overheard one of his engineers telling a colleague “that’s good enough.” He immediately broke into the conversation by shouting “no, it’s never good enough.”

He continued, “That’s what we are all about here. We are here to make it better and then to make it better than it is today and then better than tomorrow’s. Never say it’s good enough, it isn’t.”

And that’s what the goal of excellence is all about. It demands an success attitude of great expectation. Today the name, Rolls Royce is synonymous with what is remarkable, beautiful and fine about something. It is the symbol of quality.


Another story of excellence in business and workplace

The story is told about a commercial airliner full of passengers that was about to get under way. A murmur is heard in the back of the plane, and a few passengers on the aisle glanced back to see the pilot and copilot, both wearing large dark sunglasses, making their way up to the cockpit.

However, the pilot is using a white cane, bumping into passengers, right and left as he stumbles down the aisle, and the copilot is using a seeing-eye guide dog. As they pass by the rows of passengers there are nervous giggles heard, as people are thinking that it must be some sort of practical joke.


Few minutes after

But a few minutes after the cockpit door has closed behind them the engines start spooling up and the airplane taxis out to the runway. The passengers looked at one another with some uneasiness, whispering among themselves and shifting uneasily or gripping the armrests more tightly. As the airplane starts accelerating rapidly, people began panicking.

Some passengers are praying, and as the plane gets closer and closer to the end of the runway. passengers become more and more hysterical. Finally, when the airplane has less than a few seconds of runway left, the shouts of horror fill the cabin as everyone screams at once, but at the very last moment the airplane lifts off and is airborne.


Sigh of relief

Up in the cockpit, the copilot breathes a sigh of relief and turns to the captain:

“You know, one of these days the passengers are going to scream too late, and we’re going to get killed.”


Excellence in business: Michelangelo story

Michelangelo stands as one of the towering figures in the history of art. His majestic Frescoes on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel and his masterful sculptures bear witness to his greatness.

But he was a man never content to rest on his laurels. He spent countless hours on his back on the scaffolding in the Sistine, carefully perfecting the details of each figure. When a friend questioned such meticulous attention to details on the grounds that “at that height who will know whether it is not perfect or not?”

Michelangelo’s simple response was, “I will.” After completing what some consider his greatest work, Moses the master sculptor stood back and surveyed his craftsmanship.

Suddenly, in anger, he struck the knee of his creation with his chisel and shouted, “Why don’t you speak?” The chisel scar that remains on the statue’s knee is the mark of a man who always reached out for more. His ambition was to be the best he could be.


Never good enough

Eagles are remarkably clean birds, preferring to kill their own prey which usually consists of fish, rabbits, squirrels and other small game. In fact these birds in their natural setting have little appetite for decaying and rotten flesh that attracts crows vultures and other scavengers.

Vultures and buzzards have featherless necks and heads to enable them feed inside dead carcasses. To the Eagles, it is never good enough. Always reaching out for the best they can get and be.


Excellence in business and workplace
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