It was rainy.
It was a Monday morning.
One of the kids' last clean pair of school pants had a hole that needed mending NOW, eating into the precious minutes of a highly orchestrated morning routine.
But it was still OK.
And then I found that all my gym clothes seem to have made their way to the "next load of laundry" pile.
Enough legit excuses to skip gym 🎉🎉🎉
Except for a mantra from purpose proponent Richard Wright that popped into my head to ask: "How much do you want it?"
And that's how I ended up at the gym in an old scruffy pair of jodphurs left over from my horse riding days.
Winning in business requires constant innovation, and innovation rarely starts with having or buying "the right" equipment/tools/tech.
Innovation is all about using what you already know and have and applying it in a way that it might not have been intended or designed for.
"I can't get a loan."
"I'm not tech savvy."
"My employees/colleagues don't want to change."
"Our customers like it the way it is."
"How much do you want it?"