By Anthony Iannarino – The Sales Blog – June 11, 2018
In every job I ever had, there was some work that other people refused to do because it wasn’t pleasant, or because they thought it beneath them. I worked in the hot, filthy dish-washing corner of the kitchen; I cleaned the restrooms; I mixed and pulled cement, making concrete. I did all the jobs others avoided, and in every case, their beliefs made things way worse than they really were.
Because I would do anything that needed to be done without complaint, I was often given other work to do, and invariably I was asked else I wanted to do, and I was always given those jobs. Being willing to do what other people refuse to do is a competitive advantage. Doing what others refuse to do is what separates those who succeed from those who struggle; it separates leaders from the pack. Lead by doing some undesirable work this week.
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