Guess what it is.
Grand goal? Endurance? Persistence?
They are all important… but there’s something that are in front of our eyes the whole time, but we sometimes choose not to see them.
When we talk about our work, our encounters with our clients and partners, what always seem invisible but crucial?
You have your goals set, plans made, ideas validated and you have started working on achieving them.
You encounter roadblocks and you overcome them; you have problems and you solve them.
You generate new ideas despite it’s difficult and frustrating as hell.
Still, something still so small are still causing troubles. They are everywhere and they really frustrate us.
Because if we fail to see them, we’ve got to redo our work, and the setback can mean days, weeks, or worse.
They are called “details”.
No matter whether you think you are a “big picture” person or an executioner, a dreamer or a producer, you are a fool if you say that you don’t need to care about the details.
Even for trials, details are significant indicators to whether something might work or not. Every designer should know that.
Some details might really don’t matter that much. But the ability to pay attention to detail is a must have. Because you don’t know which one detail is more important than others when you are in the flow of creating.
Time is the most valuable currency. Lacking of attention to details turns out to be extremely costly.
So if you want to be productive and rich, you know I’m right.