Hard Jobs

Some jobs are hard. And not fun. That’s why the company has a perpetual job posting on LinkedIn and Monster or maybe just a sign on the door.

People are quitting all the time. But let’s assume that although the job is hard, the company is great. What could happen to the person who stuck it out? He didn’t quit. Instead, he worked with a smile and a great attitude and did the job with excellence.

The owner or manager knows it’s a hard job. Wouldn’t that person stand out as exceptional? Wouldn’t he be the one that management wants to reward and promote? Again, assuming it’s a great company.
Exceptional people aren’t exceptional because they follow the same routines as the ordinary. They do the extraordinary. And with that comes extraordinary rewards

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