History was made over the weekend with the first ever launch of a private spacecraft carrying two Americans to the International Space Station. Upon arriving, a series of steps were taken before the astronauts could move from the capsule to the Space Station. After 19 hours, the hatch opened and another 15 minutes of checks were required. And they were accomplished methodically, with fixes to the equipment along the way. There was no rushing to get out. Safety was important and all the steps were followed. And as a result, the mission was successful.
Are you making sure you are not rushing to get to the end and miss critical steps along the way?