DOING WHAT THEY WON’T SO YOU CAN DO WHAT THEY CAN’T: THE EXTRA MILE

If you want to excel in business, go the extra mile. It’s that simple. Remember when you were in school and there was always an overachiever of the class? It may have been you, or it was that other kid that everyone rolled their eyes at. Well where is that person today? I guarantee you that they are successful. When you go the extra mile, you are going beyond expectations and you will be rewarded for it. Successful people go the extra mile. They get promotions, attract better business, and grow their business faster.

Most people do not grow businesses out of a selfless act. There is always something in it for the business owner. But you shouldn’t always think that way. If you want to excel, do not focus on what’s in it for you. Pay attention to your image, employees, and the small things that really make a business successful. This way, you will have happy employees and a great reputation primed for success.

Think about what people expect from you and then go beyond that. Some other companies may not be willing to stick their leg out for their customers, but are you? Always look for more ways that you can exceed others’ expectations. Your competition may catch up to what you are doing. Take advantage of being ahead of the game and always look for another way to go beyond.

If you are thinking about going the extra mile, ask if you are really willing to do it. It requires more work and dedication than you may have anticipated. Standing out from everyone else is hard, but it may be worth it. If you are up for it, how do you know what the extra mile is? Always keep your employees and customers in mind. Ask questions about how you could improve and expand. How can you provide more value to your business?

Surround yourself with hard workers. You can’t be the only one willing to go the extra mile. Your employees have to have that all-in mindset as well. When it comes to success, having everyone on board can equip you to get there faster. Do what other companies aren’t willing to do. Take those risks. If you are successful, you’re ahead of the game and you can do things that your competition can’t. Go the extra mile. Work hard for your success and you will have more time to do what you love.

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