Become a High Performer at Work by Asking Yourself These 3 Questions (Consistently)


As someone who has worked in the manufacturing industry for over 15 years, I once received a zero in my performance review. This experience made me realize the disparity between how I perceive myself and how my superiors view my worth. Since then, I have focused on putting my work ethic into action, rather than trying to persuade others verbally. To gauge my progress, I ask myself the following questions regularly: 

1) Am I working harder than those whom I hold in high regard?

 2) Do I possess a complete comprehension of my job? 

3) Are there any process patterns that can improve my efficiency? 

In manufacturing, several employees tend to prioritize appearing busy over actually working hard. However, since this methodology is widespread, it can become a futile pursuit.

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