In part three on the 5 Steps To Greatness series, Major In the Minors. The narrator discusses how the little details of things can affect your overall performance. He gives an example of how grown foxes (big things) like to eat grapes in vineyards, but, being that they’re tall, they just eat the grapes and leave the vine alone. But baby foxes (small things) who are low to the ground, will chew on the lower parts of the vine, causing damage to the roots and thus ruining the plant. This brings the allegory around to how small things are very important in life and help determine your success. He then expounds with some more concrete, everyday examples on how little things can negatively impact your work.
Key Points of Video:
- 1Principle number 3 is major on the minors.
- 2Foxes love grapes and they eat them without damaging the grape vine.
- 3Baby foxes damage the roots of the grape vines