Renzo Giovanni believes that persistence, for many of us, is firmly sticking to something for a prolonged period of time, even as we encounter things that try to unstick us. We find ourselves trying to use daily predetermined systems to propel ourselves to success. Bottom line- never quitting, and keeping up with the momentum. Ideally, when we make progress quickly, it feeds our emotions, then, when we hit a plateau, we find out how committed we really are and whether we’re going to see things through to the finish.
Renzo Giovanni, the co-founder of FyreHouse Music, points out that we should always finish what we start. He started this business with his brothers, Gino Valdettaro and Miguel Solano, and sister, Lizzy V. Each of them brings to the table skills, experiences, and ideologies that when combined, foster a sense of efficiency in all operational activities. FyreHouse Music was founded for the purpose of elevating the careers of upcoming and established artists. A philosophical cue that is constantly reiterated by Renzo Giovanni to all his clients is finishing what they start. But how can they do this?
We need to be selective with what we embark on, especially when starting any project. Renzo Giovanni says that you have to make sure whatever you are doing or planning to do is something you are passionate about. By setting a high threshold on what you want to do, the completion rate tends to be higher. This is the exact mentality that Renzo Giovanni had with his siblings when they started FyreHouse Music. They were not talented singers, but their love for music needed a platform to be showcased, so they explored the business realm. The business has been growing every day and which you can see based on the number of customers they have within their professional network.
Renzo Giovanni always reminds his clients to connect with their end vision. Most times when entrepreneurs or artists begin on a new journey, they are full of enthusiasm and energy. However, when they get into the thick of things, this energy fades away, bit by bit. In reality, one might still be excited about the project but not so hype about the details of the engagement. The problem in this context is that your end vision has slipped away from you, and it’s your responsibility to bring it back in sight. Whenever this happens, Renzo Giovanni surrounds himself with the right people and things that constantly remind him of his end goal. He adds that every little thing done by a person when trying to succeed counts towards realizing their end vision.
Renzo Giovanni’s parting shot, “Nothing in the world can take the place of persistence and determination- they are omnipotent, regardless of our talent, intelligence, and education. Always finish what you start.”