A Practical Handbook on How to Be the Very Best
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You’re Good! But, are you the Best?
Hmm... Let’s see... One fancy cup of coffee -or- improve my lot in life? Which will I invest in today?
THE Book you need to read.
THE Book you need to tell your friends about.
Business owners - Buy one for all of your employees - Put a copy or two in your break rooms.
Order this Book, Read this Book, and Discover:
- 10 things your boss or manager probably won’t tell you. (pg. 6)
- The benefits of improving yourself. (pg. 7)
- What your 1st step should be. (pg. 11)
- What the constant is. (pg. 13)
- What your most valuable commodity is. (pg. 19)
- What the top “on the job” time wasting activities are. (pg. 25)
- 2 words you should immediately eliminate from your vocabulary. (pg. 29)
- How to increase your job knowledge. (pg. 30)
- Why follow-up is important. (pg. 31)
- Why it is important to identify your benchmark. (pg. 43)
- If you have to be perfect. (pg. 45)
- One thing you must not do - ever. (pg. 45)
- Why it’s sometimes okay to be a squeaky wheel. (pg. 51)
- A key concept you may be missing. (pg. 54)
- 4 things you should focus on no matter how difficult the peer pressure is. (pg. 66)
- How to keep things from falling apart while you are away. (pg. 76)
- 2 words you should take to heart (pg. 81)
- What’s in it for you? (pg. 81)
- What’s in it for them? (pg. 82)
- One thing you can do to immediately change your work day. (pg. 87)
Many extremes, yes, but usually somewhere in the sea of job descriptions we find what folks call the “average employee.” You can still get in a rut, you can still be taken for granted, you can still wish you could clock out - if just for moment - to get your bearings or go to the Bahamas in your mind. You may have opened this book because you do in fact want to BE THE BEST EMPLOYEE YOU CAN BE. Someone may have given it to you because they thought you might want to improve in a few areas.
Maybe it’s part of a new hire packet and you gotta read it before you get your name badge. Whatever the case, we can always improve. We don’t, however, always have time to reinvent the wheel. We can, however, do our best to make sure the wheel doesn’t come off.