Top Performers Never Work “For” A Company

April 9th, 2013 / No Comments »

By J.T. O’Donnell

I recently got asked:

What’s the one key difference you see in top performers
compared to the rest of the workforce?

My answer: Top performers never see themselves as working “for” a company. They believe it’s better to work “with” a company.

Do you know the difference?

When we believe we work “for” a company, we give up control. They set the rules and we blindly follow them. They plan the future and we obediently execute the plan. They are the master and we are the ____(insert whatever you want). In short, we place a set of golden handcuffs on and silently suffer…….