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Everyday attitude: Your choice, your influence

If we broke down what components keep many of us from that next level, I would bet that most would be described as external limitations What we fail to recognize are the internal factors, the main one being our attitude We hire our employees with high hopes that their enthusiasm in the interview will carry through their length of time in the field

If there were no limitations keeping us from our best self, we would all want to be successful. I’m not talking about being famous or even extravagantly wealthy, just being able to do what we love, excelling at whatever that is, and then receiving acknowledgment in that achievement. We all want more and we all want to be better.

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