There are many ways to get from point A to point B when driving a car or walking somewhere.  But how about in everyday decisions both at home regarding family or friends, or at work with colleagues. How you get from one place to another matters more about your process than the actual particular situation you're going through.

Today was a day I've looked forward to for 6 plus years with regards to a Sockwa achievement.  The custom proto-type molds that we've built in Asia are finally in their new and rightful home, the United States of America, and today I ran parts for our Made in the USA initiative.  I've been through this process several times a year, for the last 6, but over in China.  Now, I can move the technology side of Sockwa forward leaps and bounds by accessing and iterating locally.  

Did today workout as expected and hoped.  Nope.  But it's not about that.  It's about the process.  Taking each and every step that it takes for you to get from where you currently are to where you'd like to be.  The process in which you live each day, think each moment, and dream about what you want your life to be is what can determine your success or failure.

Marcus Lemonis from The Profit speaks all the time about People, Product, and Process.  Did you ever think about applying the same characteristics that entrepreneurs apply to their lives as you live yours?  Process helps us learn.  Process allows for mistake after mistake.  Process of failing teaches resilience. Failing repeatedly and never giving up, creates a process for success. 

 If you'd like to speak with someone at Sockwa about your process and what we can do to help, please reach out to me directly:  process at sockwa dot com

David Zasloff