Preaching to the choir may seem to be a waste of time since the choir has already made up its minds about what they believe.
However, preaching to the choir is sometimes necessary in order to constantly remind and refresh them as to why they are converted.
It may seem like a waste of time, yet individuals often lose sight of their motivations.
The startup team lose sight of the ideals that it upholds and live by at work.
The entrepreneur loses sight of the reason for his or her business existence and is carried away by distractions.
In a world filled with rising distractions, it is easy to lose sight of why you do certain things.
When we lose sight of why we are doing something, we are more likely to get misplaced.
The purpose of preaching is not simply to convert people, but also to remind and energise them.
Preaching to the converted is a continual reminder that what matters should always be at the top of the to-do list.
Continue to motivate your team by reminding them that they are valuable and that what they do matters. It may seem obvious, like preaching to the choir, but they need to hear it on a regular basis.