If someone wrote a reference letter about you what would be in it?
Sometimes we don’t stop to think about what others think of us. When it comes to your career or work-life, the way you interact and your work ethic are key factors in your success. Take a moment and write down what your strengths and weaknesses are. Ask yourself the hard, honest truth, “Do I perform at my best every day on my job?” If you run your own business, “Am I putting in 100% effort into my company to move it forward?”
If you answer honestly, you’ll find there are times when we do slack off at work. Make it your goal to perform at your best every single day. Treat your job or your work, as if you’re still in that probation period. You know what I’m talking about right? That probationary time when you first start a job and perform like no other person in the company. Putting your best foot forward. If you can perform like that every day imagine how far you could go. Imagine what an impact you can make in your business, personal life and career.
Now go write your own reference letter. What would you say about you?