Be Useful and Stick to the Purpose




Focus on being useful instead of being perfect Move away from false ideas and avoid time Use the Competency Model for productive interactions


Consider the perfectionists you know at work and perhaps the perfectionist part of yourself. How many really make an impact, move the enterprise forward, and are seen as movers and shakers in your world? When you honestly admit to your own tendencies to be perfect, how does it feel? Most people respond, “Not that great.” So why does doing things perfectly haunt the halls of potential success? If perfection is your goal, you may be starting in the wrong direction, with the wrong premise. You may never see the window opening to the next opportunity. ...

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