Give us a call! (855) 455-5035 www.azcomp.com/medisoft www.azcomp.com/blog
PRST STD US POSTAGE PAID BOISE, ID PERMIT 411
2500 S. Power Rd, Ste 117 Mesa, AZ 85209 i nside this issu e
How to Limit Data Breaches PAGE 1 Network Security Tips for Travelers PAGE 2 Meet Byron Adams PAGE 2 Lego’s Continued Success in a Changing Marketplace PAGE 3 Latest Sleeping Technology: SmartSleep PAGE 3 AZCOMP Leadership Library: ‘Hug Your Haters’ PAGE 3 Anthony Kelley on Chasing Mavericks PAGE 4
HOW TO MOVE A MOUNTAIN BY ANTHONY KELLEY
The amazing thing about our core values at AZCOMP is that they resonate outside of the walls of our office. I have a feeling everyone who works has been watching a movie, reading a book, or killing some time on YouTube when they’ve encountered something that echoes one of our values. That happened to me recently when I came across a pair of Chinese proverbs:
as opportunities. These proverbs provide a little wisdom on how you can tackle even the hardest of challenges.
A mentor or leader will give you the tools you need to conquer even the most arduous tasks. For surfer Jay Moriarity, the inspiration behind our core values, that mentor was his neighbor Frosty. Frosty taught Jay the right way to surf, enabling him to paddle out into massive swells. The first proverb above deals with the best way to train and educate. You have to involve your students in the learning process, otherwise it only lives in a book. Anyone who helps our customers in the field knows how important engagement is. The second proverb provides a model for achieving what seems impossible. It’s not all that different from the “one game at a time” mentality sports coaches instill in their players. When you break down a huge task into its component parts, suddenly it seems a lot more doable. Eventually, by moving one stone at a time, over and over again, you move a mountain. At AZCOMP, we’re always encouraged to view the toughest assignment as an opportunity for growth and success. It makes us an invigorated company. The next time you’re facing something that feels insurmountable, take it one step at a time. That’s how you end up chasing Mavericks.
“Tell me, I forget. Show me, I remember. Involve me, I understand.”
“The person who removes a mountain begins by carrying away small stones.”
As I read these words I immediately realized they contained some of the same wisdom that we put into our fifth core value, “We Chase
Mavericks.” That value is all about
Published by The Newsletter Pro • www.TheNewsletterPro.com
4 • (855) 455-5035 AZCOMP Technologies, Inc. www.azcomp.com/medisoft
Made with FlippingBook - Online Brochure Maker