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Three Steps to Excellence

Everyone wants to be known as someone that has a reputation for excellence. We would all like to be seen as the person that not only gets the job done but also does excellent work. There are people that meet this standard in every community. You can probably think of three people of excellence right now. They may not be rich or famous, they may not look the part, but they strive for excellence every day.

So how do you become one of these people (if you aren't one already)? Most People that have a reputation for excellence possess three core attributes. They are not difficult to attain, special skills are not necessary, but tenacity of purpose is required to consistently apply these core principles every day.

1. Do what you say you are going to do when you say you are going to do it. In other words, don't make excuses, and don't put things off. Meeting deadlines is crucial to being considered excellent in any field.

2. Don't take shortcuts. This sounds easy but there is no compromise on this one. To maintain a reputation for excellence you can't take short cuts, not even once. Everything must be completed to a high standard, and be above board, without exception.

3. Always Be fair. We all try, but we may favor the client or customer that is a little nicer to us? Be fair every time, in every circumstance. Treating customers, employees, suppliers, vendors, and associates fairly along with fair pricing and business practices is essential to be considered one of those people with an excellent reputation.

Now consider the three people you think of as "excellent". Do they share these three qualities? I bet they do.

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