A Critical Doer understands following
Critical Doers, I’d like to request your help. A friend and mentor of mine is conducting research to write a book on the subject of loyalty. He put together a short survey to gather data on perceptions about loyalty and you’ll find a link for the survey at the bottom of this post. My request is simple…take the survey (I did it in roughly 5 minutes) and forward the survey to your contacts as well. The data will be immensely helpful in constructing a meaningful book on a very important subject.
Critical Doers are keenly aware of how loyalty increases your capacity for accomplishment. Individuals and organizations that are loyal to each other benefit by:
- Establishing trust that produces greater velocity in decision making and action; ultimately gives a competitive advantage
- Enabling continuity that facilitates strategic action for a competitive advantage over larger spans of time
- Insulating against tough times as there is something worth fighting for beyond individual survival
Thanks for your help with the survey and talk about these 3 points on loyalty with your coworkers, friends, and family. It’s what a critical doer would…
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