Giving more than what you are getting paid for – why the heck would you do that?(Day 46/90)

Why does Napoleon Hill say that you should give more value than for that which you are being paid? What is his motivation for saying such a thing? I touch by this subject in my video today as I believe that giving the little extra, doing your best, is crucial for being successful no matter what context we are talking about.

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Day 22/90 – Quality over Quantity – always give more value than needed

Day 22,

Took a walk down to Eastern Market today. This is DCs oldest fresh market and has been around for over 140 years now. They have handmade arts and crafts, jewelry, clothes, baked goods, fresh fruit and vegetables, soaps, fresh beef, poultry, fish, pork… you name it, they’ve got it.

I think the main reason this market is so successful is because they provide value… consistent value and quality. The farmers that bring their potatoes here grew their them with love. They have built up a reputation of quality products and that is why they keep bringing loads of people to their market every day.

This triggered my topic of today. The value of quality work and effort is priceless. Whatever your passion is – put in your best efforts, do your best and even though you may not see the response or the cash flow in right away, know that it will come in due time.

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Eastern Market DC Quality over Quantity