If it's a requirement, then how can one go above and beyond?
Aren't all job related activities the same?
For example, if you are required to get to work by 8 am and you get there at 7:30 to get yourself fully prepared and make sure that unexpected traffic doesn't slow you down, haven't you gone "above and beyond"?
Or, if you are required to give a presentation on Competitor A for your company meeting but you highlight how Competitor A and Competitor B are actually tangled in a turf war over a particular product and are neglecting a niche market that your company is perfectly positioned to capitalize on, haven't you gone above and beyond?
It seems we always have the option to go above and beyond minimal requirements, but few of us have the initiative and discipline to actually capitalize on these opportunities.
I'm not talking about options or opportunities. I'm talking about the requirement. The requirement on the part of companies that sells itself as incentive but is actually imperative.
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