by Randall CraigFiled in: Blog, Make It Happen Tipsheet, Motivational, Professional DevelopmentTagged as: Performance
While very few of us may be professional actors, how often is our “performance” Oscar-worthy? If you’re like most people, you like to do a great job, but are you doing the greatest job?
To do the greatest job isn’t a comment on your effort, but rather that the results of your efforts both surpass expectations, and surpass anyone else’s results.
When asked, most award winners will say that it was hard work and support from others that helped them achieve their greatness. If they focus on doing the greatest job, an Oscar may be on the horizon. But what does hard work and support from others mean? Digging behind these words suggests several specific activities:
Of all of the items on the list above, how many are you doing? Pick one or two that are new to you, and schedule them in. While you won’t win an Oscar, you can still deliver an Oscar performance.
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