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Too Much To Do?

There's A Catch To Today's Post
There's A Catch To Today's Post

We all have too much to do.  It’s part of why people say, “Life’s A Beech, And Then You Die”.

A few of us were talking the other day about how corporate American should brace itself.

Just think of it this way:  Has your past year been the very best and most rewarding one of your entire career, or somewhere close to the most challenging and difficult?

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Am I The Only One? No really

Here’s Who Wins

It's Who You Know
It's Who You Know

The person who works harder and longer than anyone else wins.

Life may seem unfair, personally or professionally.

But actually, life is fair.

What doesn’t seem fair is how hard we need to work to survive and thrive.

If you want the job, it’s simple, you must be the best person out of all the others.

You must bring with you more of what they want than any of the other candidates.

And sometimes, it’s the relationship piece, not the technical qualification, that is the most important.

Figure it out.

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It’s Everywhere, But

Creativity and Innovation are everywhere, but you have to want it badly enough to do the hard work, the work that most aren’t willing to do. Like this:

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Am I The Only One?

Human Nature To Criticize

Someone Please Help Me Change
Someone Please Help Me Change

Criticize ourselves?

Hardly.

Criticize others?

Constantly.

It’s human nature.

It also helps medicate our insecurities.

And doing the opposite is a great way to improve our chances for success.

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What Are You Worth?

Deer In The Headlights?
Deer In The Headlights?

Most people are afraid to ask this question.

And if they do have the courage to answer it, most likely, it’s an inflated view.

Why is this?

It’s because we place the value on two things that are not relevant:

  1. What we did in the past
  2. What we intend to do in the future

Take a look at the stock market, or baseball.

Past performance and future goals may be indicators, but they are far from perfect math.

What are you doing right now that makes you indispensable?

Right now, today, what makes you the clear choice, the most expensive valuable choice?