Are you “show ready”?
Is everything in place? Are all the elements (script, lighting, scenery, props, actors) ready to play their part?
If not, what’s missing?
When it comes to having a successful show in a business, start by communicating the vision of the company to all employees. Then you have to give your employees the proper environment in which they can thrive. Defining your culture so that it is clear to everyone and is based on design rather than by default will allow your company to be more successful.
Putting on a show that isn’t ready is like eating a cake before it’s baked. It may taste okay, but the finished product is more worthy of the time and effort devoted to making sure the recipe is followed through to the end.
Make sure your finished product is show ready. Give of your best to your customers!