Do you walk your talk? Do you live up to what you say, do and promote in your business? Whether you are selling hot dogs from your street cart or a CEO on the 40th floor, what image do you portray to the world? Do you live up to that image? This covers EVERY position, in EVERY business, do you “walk your talk” with your actions and inactions. We all see it from day to day. week to week, on and on. The VP, CEO or housekeeper does, says or ignores actions or situations that cause all of us to shake our bowed heads.
Pride In Your Work
When you walk into a room, do other people smile and great you? Do your fellow employees, whatever your level, seek you out for advice and training? When you are off, are you greatly missed? If you answer yes to these questions, congratulations, you are in full strut…Walking Your Talk. You are doing everything other reasonable working folks consider appropriate. In fact, you are more than likely exceeding the minimums that polite society considers acceptable.
Pride In Yourself
You work your….well, you work hard. You are the most experienced tech on the crew or the best sales rep they have ever had. You’ve interviewed for too many promotions to count. What the heck is going on? Everybody loves me. Yes, but does everyone respect you as a person? Do you always take off the busy holidays since you have worked there longest? Do you REALLY care when a co-worker has troubles? You can be an outstanding worker, but a not so great person. That can cover an immense range of actions or inaction’s in our work lives. It’s up to you to take stock and make sure you are Walking Your Talk.
One of the guiding principles at The Beacon Center is doing EXACTLY what we say we will do. We promise to do our best to keep our prices low and service high. We promise you a clean, uplifting, quiet location to get your employees or customers together and show them how You…Walk Your Talk.