Every day that passes is one more step forward towards MachinaTek pushing itself to its goal. As we learn and grow, we become smarter and more dangerous to our competitors, because our company is a recipe of success. We simply offer a better service for the people. We do this by maintaining our relentless passion for creating (insert your project/product/need here).
You see, every startup will eventually fall into one of two categories. The first category is failure, which is self-explanatory. This is not entirely bad, because we learn from our failures and innovation is ignited through that. Sir Isaac Newton once said, “If I have seen further it is by standing on the shoulders of giants.” You must respect those who have come before you through their success and their failures.
The second category is transitioning from a startup company, into a functioning company. This is a huge milestone once it happens, but it’s not without its dark side. All of the sudden passion that once fueled the fires and dreams of its creators is replaced all too often with paperwork, management, human resources, budget analysis, etc. It’s not uncommon for the flame of passion to be suffocated with the bureaucracy of business. This is one of the reasons MT positioned itself to work with startups and small businesses.
Every day that we come to work, we get to be a part of that fire. Whether it’s through our company, or someone we are working with, it’s amazing and exciting all at the same time. We get to hear the tone in our clients voices pick up with fervor, and that passion that so many entrepreneurs have when they’re first starting out. Once they see the work that we did for them, they’re not only just seeing what they paid for, but they are also seeing their dreams come to life. There is no greater feeling in business than seeing that first ignition of fire, and to see our clients realizing that “I can do this.”
In the business world there is a saying: “Be first or be better,” and we see this in examples of a lot of large companies. For example, Amazon was the first of its kind. Google wasn’t the first of its kind, but it just did things better. Both directions are just as easy, and also just as complicating and hard.
Now is the time for the people to connect to their companies, and not their machines. Now is the time for a small business, or startup company, to have the ability to have as much swagger as Nike, or Apple, without paying a fortune. Now is the time for a businesses to operate via the “triple bottom line:” people, planet, and profit. Now is the time for responsible business to take a foothold, and not just be viewed as weightless words. Now is the time for MachinaTek Design.