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You probably aren’t as good as you think

The concept of supply and demand infers that if there is no need for your particular skill, product or service, there is little justification for your employment. If people (owners, managers, clients or prospects) don’t feel you provide value, then you are in for some bad news…..and a trip to the unemployment line.

If somebody, somewhere, somehow indicates a need for what you do, and they are willing to compensate you for your contribution, you had better be pretty good at satisfying this need. This is a good place to be.

If you can perform a task better than anybody else, and there is a need for what you offer, you are sitting pretty … for the time being.

If your product or service is mediocre and people begin to question your contribution, value or worth; then you better start rethinking your strategies and make changes–quickly.

Most people think they are very good at what they do. They really do.  But you know what? Most people are wrong.

Everybody can, and must get better at what they do for a living to survive. It is a dog eat dog world out there and if yo are not careful, you will be eaten.

This week, make a concentrated effort to improve your value…..and then get better at what you do.

Bring measurable value to the people you touch this week. Make this a habit every week and you will never have to worry about clearing off the dinning room table or cleaning the spare bedroom to launch your new business.

This week, get better at what you do.

Mike Marchev , MBA, CTC, is an internationally recognized motivational speaker and author of the book Become the Exception.  Contact Mike at .

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