by Randall CraigFiled in: Blog, Make It Happen Tipsheet, Management, MotivationalTagged as: Differentiate, Skills, Success
When was the last time your boss said “good job”? Of course, good leaders understand the importance of praise, and we always feel motivated when this happens. But is there a connection between doing a good job, and getting a better one? There is – but not in the way you might think.
Today, the term “good” has been devalued to mean “average”, or “minimal”. Expressions like Good enough, Good for you, and even Good day all fall short of greatness. And greatness is what will help you achieve professional success. Consider these (great) concepts:
What will it take for you to be great? Often, it is as simple as making sure that Good doesn’t get in the way. Commit to changing one thing from good to great, then put it on your calendar for action.
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