Boxing It Up

Boxing It Up

Think about your work (your contribution).

Whether you feel lucky or not with what you’ve been given (or earned) as your opportunity to work, you’re ultimately just a steward of it for a relatively brief period in time.

It will be handed off to someone else at some point.

If you thought of that work as being put in a box to be given to someone else, what would you want the recipient to think when they opened it up?

Wouldn’t you want it to be something that’s difficult to improve on?

Wouldn’t you want them to crack open that box … look in … smile … and whisper to themselves … “Wow … that’s great work.”

With awareness, comes responsibility. Get banners.

We would proof our pages like they were going to the Smithsonian. We would check every detail on a set … It doesn’t matter if it’s a school play or a dumb TV show. It’s your work. You should care about it so much that people get annoyed with you.”

Tina Fey (1970 – )
American writer, producer, and actress

Smile & Move.