AT/Isms

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AT/Isms

  1. 1. These are “attitude-isms” – principles These are “management-isms” – principles upon which Area Temps was founded upon which Area Temps was founded and has grown over the decades. and has grown over the decades.WHAT GETS COUNTED, GETS DONE. COMING TOGETHER IS THE BEGINNING, STAYING TOGETHER•Plan your work and work your plan. IS PROGRESS, WORKING TOGETHER IS SUCCESS.•A goal without a plan is just a dream. •There is not one of us smarter than all of us.DON’T WAIT FOR ALL THE LIGHTS TO BE GREEN BEFORE •It’s not who is right, it’s what is right.BEGINNING YOUR JOURNEY. “EAGLES” DON’T FLOCK (Employees with proven skill, work•Learn something from every setback. motivation and team chemistry), YOU FIND THEM ONE AT A TIME.•Nothing great is accomplished without motivation and passion. •You can’t make chicken salad out of chicken droppings.•Good is the enemy of great. •There are only two reasons for failure:•Never say “no” for the other person. Don’t be afraid to fail. (1) 98% didn’t work hard enough; followed the path ofDON’T COME WITH PROBLEMS, COME WITH SOLUTIONS. least resistance•You are in business for yourself, but not by yourself. (2) 2% aren’t smart enough. LEADERSHIP BY EXAMPLE: BE THE PERSON YOU•Build a business within a business. WANT OTHERS TO BE.•If you want something to change, then something has to change. •Employees sometimes mistake kindness for weakness;DO THE RIGHT THING AT THE RIGHT TIME. therefore, continuously hire, train and motivate.•Urgency: Winners make things happen; •You can’t change history, only the future. others let things happen. LOCALIZE YOUR TROUBLE SPOTS TO STOP THE BLEEDING.•Don’t major in minors. •Work for the best, but plan for the worst. Think positive, but always have a “Plan B” to keep your options open. •Take your markdowns early.

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