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Fine vs. Good

  • By LEED GA, Charlene on Green

You've waited for those magic words - good job. But then everyone else is waiting for it too. Here's a hint, a good job is too common place for you. In this competitive marketplace, even at home, a good job is expected. The worst compliment anyone can give you is - not bad. What does that mean? It could mean, that it really is bad. You have to step it up, you need better, you need to be better. And when you do better, beat that. You will be disappointed with good job or not bad. The least you can should attain for is FINE. A good job takes skill, but a fine job takes time.

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