Slow and steady wins the race?
It’s a well-known tale etched deep into our memories, of the hare and the tortoise. An ambrosial moral rising from within its lines: slow and steady wins the race.
Inarguably, one who successfully applies this concept to the different dimensions of their life is bound to find himself achieving the outcome, if time isn’t a constraint. Unfortunately, we live in a world which is muddled with deadlines and an unquenchable thirst for an increased productivity and volume.
To meet with these ever-changing and ever-demanding scenarios, one who is not ready to pull his socks up and align himself with the times, is sure to become a victim of this pernicious world.
Nonetheless, if the hare gets serious in this ordeal and is determined to actually bring forth his true potential, it opens a world to new possibilities and opportunities.
Even so, in the mechanical industry, we are bound by certain limitations and properties of our existing tools which acts as a hindrance for us to cross over a particular threshold of our liking.
To combat this set-back, Sigma Toolings has a proprietary innovation categorized under the title of SAMURAI Tools. Largest L/D ratios in the industry, higher feed capabilities, chatter-free finishing and unmatched tool life. Mix this with a paramount customer service the concoction is a mixture of unparalleled outcomes, putting the roadway to success within your perspective.
Yes, slow and steady usually does win the race. On the other hand, if you are fast and steady you’ll be jumpstarted so far ahead of your competition it will have you wondering, is this even a race?