Never Give Up and Never Give In

The inventor of WD-40, the product that has more than 2,000 uses, and is best known for stopping corrosion, took 40 tries and five years to get the right formula before the product was launched.

Albert Einstein, arguably one of the smartest men in history once said, “It’s not that I’m any smarter, I just stay with the problem longer.” The WD-40 story is certainly an example of that, but sometimes we are quick to give up and yet, if we had just looked at the puzzle in a different way, or stayed with the problem longer, we might have found the solution. Try to be patient with your business. Slow and steady really can win the race.

Jan McCarthyComment