Timing Matters

A great idea is wonderful

Great execution is wonderful.

Without the right timing, neither really matters.

A restaurant opening just before a major company moves across the street might work great.

A restaurant opening just after a major company shuts down across the street will most likely fail.

A perfectly executed volleyball set one second too late results in failure.

A slightly better computer program right after another company launches a program that is adopted by much of the target market will most likely fail.

Timing isn’t the only thing, but it certainly is a vital piece of the puzzle.

Have a great day!

Lawrence

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