The Pixar movie, Wall-E, tells the story of a robot left on an abandoned planet earth.
Take a look behind the scenes and you'll discover Pixar animators built more than six miles of cityscape to make the environment look more realistic. Pause at the scene inside Wall-E's home and you'll find 827 poker chips, 66 license plates, 290 fake eyeballs, 798 Christmas lights, 4 bug zappers, five paper lanterns, 10 tiki lights and more.
Director Andrew Stanton was asked why Pixar would go to such lengths when the average viewer could not possibly grasp every carefully planned detail. Here was his response.
"IT'S THE LITTLE WHISPERS THAT SPEAK TO AN AUDIENCE."
What was he saying? It's the meticulous attention to detail that makes the difference.
Excellence is the shout that rises from the whispers of a thousand little details done well. Tweet ThisWhat are details of your ministry whispering?