I know a friend, named Amy, whom is in charged of daily routine. The trivialness things she did was answering telephone, arranging the samples of metal dome, in responsible of keeping customers be updated of products schedule, and other things.
Many people think it’s a dispensable job, neither important nor interested, so most one will pay little attention upon it. But in fact, they’re wrong. Each foundation stone is absolutely necessarily for the stability of a building. So does her job.
If we seek the reasons of failure, we’ll find the deepest elements which will effect the whole process. Then we realize the importance of it. Maybe we can compare each trivialness as the beginning of a new end. No beginning, no end.
I remember what Winstone Churchil said on Nov 10, 1942, at the Lord Mayor’s Luncheon, Mansion House: “This is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning.”