Trick or Treat?

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Halloween week seems to be all about kids, candy and costumes. Tradition says if you show up on the doorstep in costume you get candy. If you don’t bother to dress up then expect to do a trick and hope to get candy.

The majority take time to don a costume. After all that’s half the fun, right?

Pictures here were taken last Saturday night at an annual Beautiful Witches Ball hosted by a  fellow speaker Kathy Davis who goes all out to decorate her home to the enth degree and beyond for this event. She gives it 110%. And the result? People wore costumes that looked like they took a year to make and came from as far as Dallas to attend (we were in Houston).

Notcha average Walgreens event.                                                   

In my presentations on extraordinary work performance I talk about giving work 110% of your energy, focus and talent to keep the job/get the customer in today’s tough economy. With unemployment at an all time high and more companies competing for the same customer, competition is also at an all time high. Employees need to do more than just what is asked of them. Businesses need to exceed customer expectations in service and value.

Failure to do so is tricking your company/client.

Success is about treating your company/client with 110% of you.

Boo.

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