A well-oiled machine.

An inexperienced business owner will focus on his product, his customers, and his business practices as separate single entities that create one business and allow him to sell goods and services.

A mid-level business owner will look at all of the separate parts and ask, “How can I make these work together?”

But the adept, savvy business owner sees his business as one machine working in tandem. All of the different parts of his business are working in a single system towards the same goal. The different aspects of his business function in the same layer of the atmosphere rather than floating in space maintaining their own duties alone.

Just as we don’t have to tell our bodies that our brain and heart should work together to keep us alive, we should not have to micromanage the functions of the different departments of our business, they should complement each other. A good business is a single well-oiled machine.