Saturday, November 12, 2005

Top Performers Can Teach Others How to Get Their Foot in the Door

When asked, most people in an organization can easily name top performers. Think about it! Who are the top performers in your organization, association, church group, or club? Are you one of them?

If you are, chances are you are more than willing to share your strategies of how you became a top performer. However, chances are, not many people ask. For some reason they seem to think it’s not okay to ask.

If you’re not a top performer, when is the last time you talked to one to find out what makes them tick? What is it that has taken them to the top? What are their beliefs, thoughts, actions, habits?

Success does not happen by luck, it happens by choice. Regardless of one’s title, position, industry or organization, success leaves clues. There are strategies, steps and risks that are involved.

If you are seeking ways to get to the next level of your success find those who are there and find out what their strategy is. There is a very good chance that if you are really willing to listen and apply what they say, you too will achieve “top performer” status.

About the author
Kathleen Gage is a business advisor specializing in marketing and promotions for small and home based businesses. She is a keynote speaker and the author of -101 Ways to Get Your Foot in the Door - and - 101 No Cost and Low Cost Tips to Market and Promote a Product, Service or Business. To access her FREE report, Learn How One Salt Lake City Consultant made Over $100,000 from One Idea, visit

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