The Intuitive Group: How Is Your Work Ethic?

“If you make average great your dreams and goals will become reality”

~ Suze Orman

Work ethic doesn’t mean: you do what you are asked of and nothing more.  It is working hard and having the diligence to go above and beyond.  Taking the extra steps to make sure everything is done not only correctly but to the best of your abilities.  Companies today aren’t just looking at one’s education level and experience; they want someone with a positive attitude and a great work ethic.   The person with a drive for bigger and better results and who will not stop at anything to get there is more likely to succeed over the person who does the bare minimum just to get by.  So how is your work ethic? Are you showing up to work right on time or are you arriving early to prepare yourself for the day?  Are you feeding into all the negative conversations outside of the  work place or are you putting your positive outlook on things? Work ethic is extremely underrated these days, so what are you doing to showcase your work ethic?


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About The Intuitive Group, Inc.

The Intuitive Group, Inc. is a privately owned company that performs sales, client acquisitions, and retention for Fortune 100 companies. We perform face-to-face sales and customer service with the small to mid-sized customers of our Fortune 100 clients; a proven method for winning new customers. Direct mail, telemarketing, and media advertising fail while our approach to sales achieves a success rate unheard of in other marketing strategies.

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