Be Ruthless To Be Your Best

Be Ruthless To Be Your Best Avatar Posted by bloggertone under SugarTone
From http://bloggertone.com 1320 days ago
Made Hot by: HeatherStone on September 7, 2010 12:18 pm
Sometimes in our professional life we get stuck doing things that we have always done, aren't creative in our thinking or are just doing what everyone else is doing. STOP! Making your business the best...

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Written by MoxieWorks
1320 days ago

Thanks Niall - it is about looking hard at what we are doing rather than just doing the status quo. We are all creative people - every one of us - so why not do/sell/be who we really love?

Businessavente - love the idea of Heston removing the Apostles... just added to my Netflix!



Written by nialldevitt
1320 days ago

Take an honest assessment of your products; this is great advice but very often a painful process particularly for the small business owner. As you point out the ability to be able to take an objective and fair look at both ourselves & our business is a key skill towards the development of both. Life doesn’t get better then being our best!, love that! Great post, Thanks, Niall



Written by businessavante
1320 days ago

Like Charlton Heston (as Michelangelo) said in "The Agony & the Ecstasy": "If the wine is bad, throw it out!!" He then removes the "12 Apostles" from the Sistine ceiling that Rex Harrison (as the Pope) wanted, goes into the desert, and dreams up "The Creation of Adam" from looking up at the clouds.

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