Six Minutes - To Excellence

Henningsokholm By Henningsokholm, 26th Jan 2014 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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To strive for excellence is a good deal of teamwork from every member of a team, no one is left behind

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Excellence is for many people huge, it is to be beyond what is expected, it is a higher standard.

I heard it in today’s sent video-message that it was a word that many used in the 80’s and the 90’s, I can’t remember it as I wasn’t working back then, I was still in school to be taught to fit our current system, it almost succeeded them, I am now almost a writer and public speaker, a mentor.

So when I watched and while I was watching it, I recalled when I was hired in an outsourced company called Aditro, callcentre where we sit and receive calls from customers, and we were of service to other companies, so the more companies that hired us to call, the more profit, but I got the same paycheck every month, even though some increased sales and some services.

The company that hired me in the beginning was bought by a Nordic company called GoExcellent, and when we heard that, we were like, that’s fine, it’s good with change, but the only rules that were changed drastically was to have someone listen to our calls, even though few or many didn’t like, I hated it, so whenever my time came, I was like, get it over now, I even called in sick once to avoid it.

The main point is and the lesson to be learned from the video from today was, find a job or an assignment that needs to be raised to a higher starndard, go for excellence, improve what already is, educate the people around you.


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My focus is on giving useful info through writing as I have been doing it for some years now.

I'm very calm and and a listener and reader.

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