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    #1

    built-in excuse

    I want the meaning of the following in bold to be clarified.

    1. To be a Top Performer, you must make the proper choices. Now, if you have never had instruction on how to respond positively or what Top Performers do to become Top Performers, then you have a "built-in" excuse. But wait a minute! I'm not goint to let you hang your hat on that excuse.

    2. Why should anyone want to follow you? I hope that once you get past the "attention-grabbing" value of the question, you can turn your interest and attention to the point: Have you taken a personal inventory of your strengths as a manager.

    Thank you.

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    Re: built-in excuse

    Quote Originally Posted by unpakwon View Post
    I want the meaning of the following in bold to be clarified.

    1. To be a Top Performer, you must make the proper choices. Now, if you have never had instruction on how to respond positively or what Top Performers do to become Top Performers, then you have a "built-in" excuse. An excuse when it is most needed, you can give this excuse for not performing well. But wait a minute! I'm not goint to let you hang your hat on that excuse.
    I am not going to let you get away with that excuse.

    2. Why should anyone want to follow you? I hope that once you get past the "attention-grabbing" value of the question, you can turn your interest and attention to the point: Have you taken a personal inventory of your strengths as a manager.

    Thank you.
    get past....forget about, come over...

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