Purpose cuts through all of our personal and corporate mindsets in all areas of our business. Whether we are determining our marketing direction or looking at a financial spreadsheet. Purpose is especially critical at a time of crisis as it is for the most part the first casualty of the discussion. We are here to fix problems and the path to doing that and getting extraordinary results is to focus. The best way to determine the One Thing is to is to ask the question " What is the One Thing that we can do that if we did it, would make everything easier or unnecessary "
Our #1 job is to bring “ Heaven To Earth “. While great ideas can be caught and taught through other people both past and present, the most inspiring act of mankind is to create something out of nothing. Our ultimate example of this act is our God ( YHWH ) who created the universe in seven days. Since we are made in His image, we are here on earth to create, which is why our best concepts come from heaven. The best way to create something, is to ask the Creator of the Universe.
Nothing in the world can take the place of wisdom. Talent will not. Nothing is more common that unsuccessful men with talent. Genius will not. Unrewarded genius is almost a proverb. Education will not. The world is full of educated derelicts. Wisdom alone is omnipotent. When the richest man on earth was given an opportunity by God to “ Ask for whatever you want me to give you “, he asked for wisdom. The best way to get to the wisest decision is to ask the question " Why " three times in a row.
In the book “ How Google Works “ written by the Eric Schmidt, the following was presented. “ When starting a new company or initiative, culture is the most important thing to consider. Most company cultures just happen; no one plans it. That can work, but it means leaving a critical component of your success to chance.” The root of the word “ Cuture “ actually comes from the Hebrew word kabob, meaning " heavy in weight ". This term is also referred to as the world " Glory " which means the nature or influence of something. The culture of Sealant Technologies and it subsidiaries should be " heavy in weight " and it should influence the other cultures around it.