Quality over quantity. Time with out clients is not rushed. We give our customers the attention they deserve and provide quality work.
One of the most valuable things is when people are genuine. At Blue Tiger Studio we engage with our clients like humans, not numbers. No one wants to feel like they are just a number. Each client has something special or different in their business. We are not rushed so we can honestly enjoy those nuances – they are the spice of life! Let’s face it, if we are working five days a week, that’s a big chunk of life. So we choose to make each business interaction personable, and fun!
It’s good to be busy, but not rushed through a valuable interaction with YOU!
At Blue Tiger Studio we also follow this no rush rule with each other. We are all collaborators with our own specialties and interests, but everyday brings a new opportunity to partner up on a new project, brainstorm on how to solve a problem, or just take a minute to enjoy each other’s company. When Sarah Edwards comes to my desk with a nice bouquet of fresh flowers from a recent art project, or Liorah bakes up some tasty peach cobbler to share, or when Ryan tells us about the the latest social media engine his 20-something friends are using, I know that every moment can be savored for they all have so much “flava!”
In our search for happiness, this is an important lesson. Don’t rush, otherwise you will miss the important things from your co-workers, your clients, and your life!
Stop and smell the roses!
There is a balance between being busy and being rushed, and its a delicate one.
We don’t over commit. Sometimes it means saying “no.” We plan and choose wisely what to dedicate our time to, and then give it our full attention. It means engaging more with the most important things that really spark our interest. That what keeps us genuine.
From an article by Peter Daisyme | July 18, 2017 | https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/297327
“Research shows that feeling ‘rushed’ can lead to stress and unhappiness. At the same time, people struggle with finding that happy medium of being “just” busy enough. After all, other studies suggest that a healthy work-life balance is key, since boredom can be burdensome.
If you’re over-committed or too scattered, follow this rule entrepreneur Derek Sivers included on his site: ‘When deciding whether to do something, if you feel anything less than ‘Wow! That would be amazing! Absolutely! Hell yeah!’ — then say ‘no.'”