Want Does Not Create Capability

“Vision without action is a daydream.” - Japanese Proverb

D. Brown Management Profile Picture
Share
Having a want does not create capability or opportunity.

Having a vision, want or even a need means nothing.  It is only through planning, hard work and time that you will achieve your goals.  This applies whether you are an apprentice just starting out or the CEO of a complex construction business.  

“No One Owes You Anything”

Amelia Boone

Bias for Action - the Behavior that Matters

Doing Something is Worth Lots

Discipline vs. Motivation

Budgeting the Right Resources for Execution




Winston Churchill - Success, Failure and Enthusiasm
When there are no clear answers, it is critical to experiment, learn, and rapidly scale up those things that work. "Success consists of going from failure to failure without loss of enthusiasm." - Winston Churchill
Can't Learn to Swim Without Getting Wet
Most everything we learn to do in the field for construction comes down to hands-on practice. When we move people into supervision and management roles we often forget the need to truly practice hands-on to get great at doing something.
Creative Adaptability as a Company Culture and Capability
Ensure that your business and career thrives in the current COVID shut-down and in the likely post-COVID recession. Be like Batman and build yourself into who you need to be in order to thrive in all situations.