Post Written By Eugene Morgan
Quality is not an act, it is a habit. — Aristotle
A habit is acquired experiences. It takes time to develop. An act is unreal and not genuine because it pretends to do something temporarily enough for show. It’s like hiding from someone under water while holding your breath long enough for the person to give up to look elsewhere. Quality is lasting because it takes time and patience to fine-tune things to make better. Most of us like quality things and we’re willing to pay more for them than something with poor quality. We know somebody carefully put in a lot of time, effort and care to produce quality into something we find most valuable.
Quality is not an act, it is a habit. — Aristotle Click To Tweet