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Make Quality Personal

“Take pride in the quality of everything you touch and everything you do. Always ask yourself, ‘Is this my best work?’ Everything you touch has your signature and makes a statement about you. Make sure it is a statement of excellence.”

Owning Your Work With Pride

Have you ever heard the saying, “Do something well, or don’t do it at all?” That’s the essence of “Make Quality Personal,” a concept that goes beyond just getting the job done. It’s about infusing your work with a sense of ownership and striving for excellence in everything you do.

What Does This Look Like?

  • Taking Pride in Your Work: View your tasks, big or small, as a reflection of your skills and values. When you put in the extra effort, it shows.
  • Going the Extra Mile: Don’t settle for “good enough.” Think critically about how you can improve, be it through additional research, a creative approach, or double-checking your work for errors.
  • Owning Your Mistakes: Everyone makes them. When you take responsibility for your missteps and actively seek solutions, it demonstrates your commitment to quality.
  • Setting High Standards: Don’t be afraid to challenge yourself. Continuously seek ways to learn and grow, pushing your boundaries to produce the best possible work.

It’s More Than Just Making a Good Impression. It’s About:

  • Building Confidence: When you consistently produce high-quality work, you gain a sense of accomplishment and trust in your abilities.
  • Standing Out From the Crowd: In a competitive world, a dedication to quality sets you apart and makes you a valuable asset.
  • Inspiring Others: Your passion for excellence can be contagious, motivating those around you to raise their own standards.

Remember – Making quality personal isn’t about micromanaging or achieving perfection. It’s about fostering a mindset of continuous improvement and taking ownership of your work. By consistently striving for excellence, you’ll be well on your way to achieving great things.

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