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If You Want to Succeed in Business, Do Not Give 100%

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Yes, I'm here to remind you to stop giving 100%!

What I mean by this is: In this uber-competitive career marketplace, if you ONLY give 100%, then you will ONLY get an OKAY career. If you want a truly FANTASTIC career you gotta give 150%.

You must ALWAYS give more than what the client/marketplace expects. Indeed it's this 150% Mentality which helped me in my story about my brief flash in the pool career as a Swimming Cocktail Waitress.

Plus I've brought this 150% Mentality into all the various career paths I've pursued ever since -- from advertising Senior VP to best-selling self-help author.

Watch this video, and you'll hear a quickie tale about how I began my career as a self-help book author by applying this 150% Mentality.

IN SUMMARY: Whatever your industry, get known in your industry as the 150% person!

Find more at www.notsalmon.com

No positions in stocks mentioned.

© Karen Salmansohn

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