“Diligence overcomes Difficulties,– Poor Richard, aka Benjamin Franklin
Sloth makes them.”
Poor Richard, over two hundred years ago, adapted an English quote from the 1500s to create this succinct gem.
Difficulties happen. With diligence, these difficulties are eventually removed. With the opposite of diligence, they just keep a-coming.
That’s why when you employ somebody to do a job for you, you need that person (or group) to not quit, no matter how much the troubles mount. It can be difficult to stick with fixing a problem when more and more keep piling on. We’ve all been there. It’s life.
In life, often, the best defense is a great offense. So it is with difficulties; thus quoth Franklin.
We take on those difficulties, those challenges of work, and we vanquish them.
Diligence: An Interfanatic Quality
We see diligence as a way of life. The thought of an unfinished project, or one not completed the best way it could be – that’s the ultimate frustration. We would much rather complete the project, and complete it brilliantly. We enjoy it when customers entrust us and empower us to do our job properly.
Our customers are diligent, and we match or exceed their work ethic whenever we can.
1st Stop Urgent Care – Diligence, Every Day
When Dr. Raphael Argueta came to us, he was in a bind. His old web company (who was very good, from the looks of it), unfortunately was unable to survive. Business is hard for everyone, of course. But business comprised of web geeks seem particularly prone to failure.
That’s okay. We’re here for that.
We got his websites back up to speed and we’re doing our diligence to keep them running well. We’re so glad Dr. Argueta found us!
Dr. Raphael Argueta is just the kind of customer we love. Dr. Argueta good things for the world, and we get to be involved! He runs two urgent care clinics in Southern California, and every day he and his staff help people live longer, healthier, happier lives.
“Dr. Argueta good things for the world, and we get to be involved!”
And because we get to work with Dr. Argueta, we get to help people in our own little way. We’d love to work with more Dr. Arguetas.
Dr. Argueta’s clinics are great. Check them out! The sites need a bit of work, but we’re working with Dr. Argueta toward that goal. For now, they’re running nicely: 1st Stop Urgent Care – Camarillo, 1st Stop Urgent Care – Torrance.
Get Interfanatic Diligence on Your Team:
Interfanatic HackSecure Business Hosting w/SSL
Our hosting packages come with site maintenance built-in.
It used to be that you could build a website and leave it there. Of course, that’s never been the best way to use a website – but it was possible. Unfortunately now, that’s not the case. They need constant care and feeding to keep the hackers away.
So, we take care of all that, and if you need quick changes made to your site, that’s usually covered, too. As is an SSL Certificate – something you definitely want with your modern website.
We’ll be diligent about keeping your website up-to-date and you can worry about your business. (And, of course, we have many ways to help you get more business.)
Interfanatic and Diligence
We use our diligence to overcome difficulties and prevent many more. Stuff happens, but with us on your side, you have a better chance for greater success.
Because when you’re successful, we feel successful. It is our pleasure to help. It is our pleasure to be diligent in the face of difficulties. It’s what we do.
This week’s image:
Interfanatic‘s founder, Ryan Delane, takes or creates every image you see in our social feed.
This duomo required great diligence to create. The artwork is spectacular. And though the Catholic Church is always controversial, I sincerely believe that it, as most churches, on the whole does more good than harm with its own brand of diligence.
Black Lives Matter.
We must be diligent, as our black brothers and sisters have been. They’ve been diligent in the face of systemic racism for far too long. We must be diligent in our assistance. Let us not let this flame die – not that they would let time extinguish it. Clearly they will not. But we must not let it suffocate in indifference within us.
This is America.
We can do better. We can overcome obstacles with our collective diligence.
So let’s just do it.