Why You Should Always Take Pride in Your Business

Why You Should Always Take Pride in Your Business Avatar Posted by mywifequitherjob under Startups
From http://mywifequitherjob.com 498 days ago
Made Hot by: christinal on December 11, 2012 5:46 pm
I believe that one of the most underrated assets of any business is pride. Simple pride in your work can make all the difference. This goes from the smallest business owners to the biggest corporations in the world. It is something I have experienced myself in terms of working with clients and also in terms of hiring people.

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Written by tcamba
493 days ago

This is so damn true. If you don't take pride in your projects then they aren't worthy projects at all. I always believe that great products are worth the price.

Written by bigmoneyweb
498 days ago

Well written. If you really want to succeed in network marketing, if you really want to sell your company's products and recruit others into your business, then it is imperative that you take an enormous amount of pride in your network marketing business. The concept should be a given. But for some reason, many people who start a new network marketing opportunity get discouraged because their friends and family don't consider what they are doing a legitimate business. Well, one of the ways to prove them wrong is to take pride in what you are doing, and treat it just like you would any other business or company for which you've ever worked. Thanks for sharing.

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