When I went to configure my first hard drive, I had to use my thick thumbs to put these tiny little jumper boxes into the back of the drive on the pins so that the computer would pick it up correctly.
I’d try, reboot, try, reboot, and eventually, I’d get the message that the drive was detected and ready for use.
Oh, happy days – I had done it, I had configured the drive correctly.
That’s what building a new process is like, trying, rebooting, trying, rebooting, trying, rebooting – until eventually, it clicks with your team, you lock it in and you move forward.
It’s not easy but nothing worth doing is.