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CMMN WLTH 102 - Cheat Codes for Creators, Makers & Doers
Hello my friends,
As I continue to refine CMMN WLTH’s service I’ve decided to publish every other week for two reasons:
Your feedback - newsletters have increased in popularity and so have their weight in your inbox.
Quality - less but better.
Thanks for the positive messages on the new format — 3 links, highlighting 1 quote, and 3 learnings — I’ll continue with it until I find something better.
If you’re enjoying a long weekend, treat yourself to some reading time ↓
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In this week’s email:
Product - Japanese craftsmanship in golf.
People - Culture revolves around the ethos that no job is too small.
Process - Put yourself in a position to do your best.
Out of Office - Human curation > AI curation
Miura Golf Clubs - Japanese Craftsmanship
“Mr. Miura uses forging techniques which have taken many years to perfect and follow in the tradition of the ancient Japanese 'Katana' sword makers of the Hyogo area of Japan.” — Herb Wakabayashi
Forged three separate times in the manufacturing process Miura irons use premium soft carbon steel. The forging technique produces a club head with the most stable and refined molecular structure in the golfing industry today.
Miura has helped an undisclosed number of pros win on Tour, including several major championships. However, due to being manufactured under contract for larger mainstream brands, they can’t publicize this impressive track record.
Scarcity, due to manufacturing time and pricepoint drives mystique.
Number One in Formula One
“To set the highest possible standards throughout the organization, to send a message that no job is too small for even the highest-ranking executive, and to highlight that every single team member plays a part in Mercedes’s performance.”
Attention to detail should disseminate throughout the whole organization. From the cleanliness of the reception area to the engineering process.
What you say and do comes to define the organization you lead.
Battle complacency at all costs. Never, ever believe that winning will continue.
What it Means to Do Your Best
“Doing your best is about the position you put yourself in rather than the result you get. […] Too often, when people say they did their best, they mean they did their best in the moment with little regard to what came before it.”
Doing your best is a reflection of the standards that you set for yourself.
What appears to be talent is often good positioning.
The outcome is a result of your preparation.
*Out of Office
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