Watering the flowers in our various beds used to be a couple time a week thing.
When I remembered.
Then it started getting warmer and I picked it up to maybe four or five days a week.
Then I noticed some severe wiltage.
Now it was everyday watering. When the mercury hit over 90 for several days running, the flowers were barely hanging on.
I picked it up to twice a day. Really soaking the ground.
Rolling around town a lot of people’s flowers were struggling.
All of a sudden our flower beds took off like a rocket. The Impatiens are robust and producing new blooms everyday. The Hydrangeas are bursting with new green leaves and getting bigger.
Whatever you are growing, whether it be flowers, your physical health or a business, maintenance is the least sexy topic. Like I wrote a couple days back, everyone wants the boom!
But steady, measured effort is what wins. It’s what produces the big results that actually are the boom, in hindsight.
That’s why we publish online regularly, and mail The Frank Giovinazzi Letter every week. If you want to grow your business you have to be steady.
And sometime you can look after things a couple times a week, sometimes daily and in extreme conditions, twice a day. You will get a feel for it no matter what arena you are working in.
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