By default, certain things should bother you because they don’t align with who you are.
Words of Widsom
In this uncertain employment landscape, I was recently asked for my thoughts on what it’s like to start, sustain, and grow a full-time business.
Let’s be honest. Most people’s paychecks will be exactly the same whether they meet or exceed their customers’ expectations.
When you are operating in your “calling”, time seems to stop and every concern melts away.
“I don’t know” should never be an option. It may sound like common sense, but you’d be surprised at how many people work in places and are fine with not knowing the answer to your question.
Wherever we are should be better because we are there.
As you serve your customers everyday, it is imperative that you learn to “sign your work”.
As I live each day, my goal is not to wait for what I can get…it is to see what I can give. I was allowed to wake up today; many others were not. I am allowed to walk and talk today; many others can not. I will use the gifts I’ve been blessed
In this article, I would like to share 7 non-negotiables that I tried to never (EVER) compromise on.
I’ve written it before, and I’ll write it again. As long as it is legal, ethical and moral, find a way to make it happen.
Ultimate Ambassadors: Those are the two words that were branded on my brain recently.
It’s bad when employees quit and leave; but it’s even worse when they quit and stay.