Success in the workplace is a direct result of integrity.
Source: "The Attention Deficit Workplace" by Mitch Thrower
Contributed by: Mitch
When you cut corners or when you undermine others for the sake of ego or profit, you are only hurting yourself.
If you build every transaction and relationship in business and life with your behavior guided by the concepts of mutual benefit, fairness and truth, the profits will come.
People prefer to interact with those who maintain a strong moral code at all times.
Big, bold goals are almost always achieved in bite-sized chunks.
Pay attention to your high-energy personal daily clock.
By tightly guarding your time in the workplace, you are serving yourself and your company.
Minor white lies permeate our daily lives, especially when we feel the need to protect someone else’s feelings.
Our daily lives have built-in narrative arcs.
When relating a story at work, think of ways to make what you have to say interesting and compelling.
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