Warehouse Safety Tips | Episode 52 | The Pros and Cons of Consistency 

Dec 16, 2020, 11:35 AM
The Pros and Cons of Consistency 

On today's Warehouse Safety Tips Wednesday, we'll be covering "The Pros and Cons of Consistency" - so stay tuned.

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The great Benjamin Frankin is quoted as saying, "Energy and Persistence Conquer All Things".

There are two components to that statement - energy, and persistence.

Let's break those down individually.

Simply stated - energy IS action.  

Many times you'll hear people say, "Knowledge Is Power".  But it's only half true.  Knowledge is only powerful when applied.  And what is the application of something?  Action or energy.

Persistence can be likened to consistency.

But are persistence and/or consistency always a good thing?  The answer is no.

Compounding on something can actually be positive AND negative.  In his book "The Slight Edge" - Jeff Olson states, "It doesn't seem to make a difference at the time - but compounded by time, makes all the difference in the world."  IT being a slight discipline OR a slight error in judgment.

As it applies to safety - what would you rather do?

Look at that machine that has an obvious need - lubrication, safety guard replaced, and/or maintenance issue - and say, "It SHOULD make it another day."?

OR

Embarq on an unending quest to find and fix every potential safety issue you can find?

Because you're listening to this Podcast - we KNOW you're an action taker!

Compounding money will make you rich - but compounding safety pays awesome dividends too!

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