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Get a Loving Attitude Toward Your Work – Have Some Pride — 5 Comments

  1. It is a difficult balancing act doing what is right for your company and doing what is right for yourself because who we work for and what they do reflects on us.

  2. There have been a few times where I have told myself I can take the easy way out by ignoring red flags or things that I know are not correct to avoid extra work but it is not in my nature… the voices begin and I know I could not do that to my company as their work is a reflection of my work and I cannot stop until I know it is correct …it’s a gift and a curse :/

  3. I couldn’t have said it any better than Carol! I def set high expectations for myself because I always want to “Wow” people with my delivery.

  4. I really like your attitude. It reminds me of what my husband says, “Underpromise and over deliver.” No one is ever mad that you do better than expected. Customer service and pride of purpose go a long way toward making something successful. You are so correct.

  5. Pride in my work is an understatement for me. I have more than pride, I have an expectation of my work. I expect it to meet and at all times possible exceed the receivers expectations. I want it to represent me in the most competent way. I want it to open doors for me that I may not have had the personal chance to try and do. But most of all, I want it to made the recipient feel like I was focused on them, their well being and their interest fully when I finished the project or task for them.

How do these ideas work in your world?

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