Warning: Use of undefined constant ddsg_language - assumed 'ddsg_language' (this will throw an Error in a future version of PHP) in /home/inthon14/public_html/wp-content/plugins/sitemap-generator/sitemap-generator.php on line 44
Outstanding Work Performance : Inthon

How can we be the equivalent of this man at our jobs?

How can you take a mundane task and do it so well it inspires others?

How can we serve our employers, families and customers in this way?

Takeaway:  Every act of creation is a self-portrait.  Take pride in  your work.

If you enjoyed this post, make sure you subscribe to my RSS feed!

Comments

One Response to “Outstanding Work Performance”

  1. LokeshNo Gravatar on November 20th, 2014 11:21 am

    , “Remember, an economic colslpae is partly a relative thing compared to other countries.”Uh, so if things in Belarus are worse, when average life expectancy here falls to the early 50s (as it did in Russia post-1991), that’s nothing to worry about? OK, you meant currency colslpae. They are not the same!There are good reasons that central banks with specific inflation targets (which the Fed has never had) set them in the range of one to three percent, not zero. Mild inflation acts as a lubricant in the economy. It’s just part of the way capitalism works and nothing to get excited about. If a gallon of milk cost $1.35 back when that was minimum wage and still costs minimum wage today, so what?My “doom boom” indicator of the week was Geithner’s calling out China on currency manipulation. He has set some people on edge by being blunt, but it’s the healthiest thing I’ve heard from the Obama team.Global trade is crashing, and that’s not good. One Somalia is one too many. Competitive currency revaluations are a real threat and the fact that a very prominent member of the incoming team was willing to be frank says a lot. The run-up to the G20 meet on April 2 will be interesting. My doom meter will go down in proportion to the willingness of policy makers to engage reality.Cheers,$87,784PS: Click my name for James Kwak today on relative currency valuations.

Leave a Reply