For everyone of us, we have an advantage.
I’m muscular, so I made it into the military.
I’m intelligent, so I passed the exam in flying colours.
I’m a pretty damsel, so I won the pageant.
We can dwell on these adjectives, things largely not within our control as the odd advantage we have over others.
However, what if we consider the fact that in the execution of projects, we depend on a family – the network of individuals connected to the phases – to get it shipped productively and satisfactorily?
That connection and the hardwork exhibited along the productive line makes a lot of difference. That’s what truly matters.