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Rules of Work! Practice Speaking Skills

Rules of Work

Rule 1: Practice Speaking Skills

TTO – The basic rule and directing all other rules is that

you must know your job well,

do it well and be able to do it better than others.

This is easy to understand.

The secret here is that you must not let anyone know how hard

you have worked to do this job well.

You’ll have to learn everything in secret,

and don’t let anyone know you’re doing it.

Don’t show yourself reading this book,

it’s like your bible.

It is important to look calm and professional,

always in control of the situation.

Be calm and confident in your daily tasks.

Never be confused and stop.

However, to reiterate,

the most important thing is that

you really have to be able to get the job done.

Rule 1.1: Let others notice your work

In the busy life of office work,

it is easy for people to forget what you do.

You work hard and sometimes forget to raise your personal status

as well as your value at work.

You have to make a point to make yourself stand out,

then people will realize your promotion potential.

The best way to do this is to step outside of your usual routine.

If you have to do a bunch of errands every day

and so do everyone else,

sticking to the same chores won’t do you any good.

But if you give your boss a report suggesting

how to increase everyone’s productivity,

then you’ll get noticed.

A voluntary report is the best way to stand out from the crowd.

It shows that you think independently and take initiative.

you must not use this method too much.

If you give your boss dozens of such reports in a row,

you get noticed too,

but in a different way.

So you must follow these rules:

* Only occasionally submit reports

* Feel sure that your report will work,

work well or work

* Make sure your name is written in the most legible place

* Make sure that not only your boss,

but even someone else’s boss reads the report

A voluntary report is the best way

to make you stand out from the crowd

Of course,

the best way to get people

to notice you is to do your job well.

And the best way to do a great job is

to give it your full attention and ignore the rest.

There are a bunch of time-wasting things going on anonymously

under the job name like talking politics,


playing video games, etc.

Those things don’t work at all.

Stay focused on your work

and do it with an edge over your peers.

Those who follow the rules of the game must stay focused.

Put your mind on the work,

do it well,

and don’t get distracted.

Rule 1.2: Never stand still

TTO – The vast majority of people go to work with a single thought:

do it quickly and then go home.

During the day,

they would do whatever they had to do,

and then wait until it was time to go home.

You can’t be like that.

You will not stand still.

Most people just need a job,

that’s enough,

and they just do it,

and they just stand still.

But getting the job done isn’t your end goal,

it’s merely a means to an end.

That goal is promotion,

more money,

more success,

more relationships and experience for you personally

or whatever is on your wish list (see Rule 3).

In this respect your work is irrelevant.

Of course you have to work.

And of course you have to do the job well.

But you’ve got your eyes on the next step,

and every action you take at work will be just one part of your plan to rise.

While others are thinking about coffee breaks

or how to sit through the afternoon without working,

you will be busy executing your plans.

In an ideal world,

the rule-of-thumb would get work done in the morning

so they could spend the afternoon researching their next promotion,

assessing a co-worker race, sitting down to write a voluntary report

to get their work noticed

or researching how to increase productivity for everyone,

or to increase their personal understanding of the company’s history

and operating procedures.

In an ideal world,

people who follow the rules of the game

It would get the job done in one morning

so they could have a free afternoon.

If you don’t get your work done in the morning,

you’ll find a way to incorporate the above into your work

make it relevant to your work.

If you want to get ahead of the competition,

you shouldn’t.

And you must not stand still.

Never assume that just working is enough.

This thought is for others.

You will be on the right track through preparation,


analysis and learning.

We’ve talked about the manager’s style.

Those are the things you will learn and practice,

or the style of anyone you need to practice.

You must treat promotion,

or anything else you desire,

as a moving goal.

You have to be constantly active if you don’t want to be lethargic.

If someone forces you to move,

you will progress very slowly.

You have to love the movement,

or you’ll have to start all over again.

Movement requires that

you do not sit all day in a chair and idle,

do not stand still.

Rule 1.3: Voluntary “selective”

TTO – Many people think that if they agree to do everything,

they will get attention,

be rewarded and promoted.

That’s not right.

Smart managers will use the “I’ll do it” mentality,

and you’ll be overwhelmed,

taken advantage of,

and undervalued.

So, before you raise your hand to volunteer to do something,

think carefully.

You can ask yourself the following questions:

* Why is this person looking for a volunteer?

* How will that benefit my plan?

* If I volunteer, what will the boss think?

* If I don’t do it, what do people think of me?

* Is it so boring that no one wants to do it?

* Is it someone who really needs my help to share the burden of work?

It can also be a tedious job that no one wants to do

and by volunteering to do it,

your boss will think well of you

because he thinks you are capable of accepting the challenge,

ready to roll up your sleeves and get to work.

Be careful and choose the right time.

There’s no point in volunteering

if it means you’ll become a monkey in the eyes of others.

You will only do it when you are sure that

you will not be seen as silly,

that you will have some benefit or be a friend

to help change your mind.

Before raising your hand to volunteer

to do something, think carefully

But it’s also important to note that sometimes

it seems like you “have to” voluntarily do it

without having to raise your hand or step forward.

At those times,

all of your co-workers step back at the same time,

leaving you there and you “have to” voluntarily do it

even though you don’t intend to.

When this happens for the first time,

accept it and do it,

but don’t let it happen again.

The next time,

your ears have to be more sensitive,

guess the group’s ideas,

and make sure you step back with them.

Rule 1.4: Find something new for yourself

TTO – I once worked with a colleague,

he had a special ability to always find characteristics about customers that

we could not recognize.

He always seems to know the names of his clients’ children,

where they go on vacation,

their birthdays,

even their spouse’s.

He also knows their favorite music

or restaurant they go to the most.

Of course, if you had to receive a certain guest,

you would go up to Mike

and ask (politely and humbly)

if he could give you some useful information about the client.

Mike has created the work he loves himself.

No one forced him to become a living encyclopedia of his likes and dislikes.

That’s not what Mike has to do.

That in itself takes a lot of time and effort.

But it is a priceless asset.

It wasn’t long before the Regional Manager learned of Mike’s efforts

and Mike’s position in the company was growing at an unprecedented rate.

It just happened like that.

I use the word “just” here,

but in reality it implies a lot of work and transcendent mind.

Looking for something new means coming up

with something no one has done before.

It could simply mean that

you become an Excel expert or have a knack for writing reports.

It could have been something like Mike did,

something no one had thought of.

It could also mean doing a great job

or understanding the system.


do not be so excellent that no one can replace it,

or this rule will backfire.

If other bosses think you’re a good employee,

your boss will gradually begin to think so too

Finding something new for yourself often takes you out of the usual corporate activities.

You have to exercise more,

go out of the company more without explaining

to others what you are doing.

This will make you stand out from the crowd

and give you independence and unsurpassed quality.

Once, I volunteered to edit the company’s newsletter

(due to remembering the previous rule)

so I could go around the company’s facilities as I wanted.

Of course,

I always make sure to complete my work perfectly.

Finding something new for yourself can get you more noticed than

your own boss,

who could be other bosses.

These bosses will sit and talk to each other.

They may mention your name in a friendly way,

such as “I see Rich diligently doing market analysis”.

At that time,

your boss can hardly not raise your salary

or promote you

if he wants to get approval from his group of friends.

If other bosses think you’re a good employee,

your boss will gradually begin to do the same.

Rule 1.5: Commit a little but get a lot done

TTO – If you find you can get work done on Wednesday,

say Friday.

If you see a room you need One Week to complete,

say Two Weeks.

If you find it takes two people to install

and run a machine,

say the number Three.

This is not a lie, just caution.

If you get caught,

admit it honestly

and say you have to charge some extra percentage in case of surprises.

They can’t kill you for it!

That’s part one:

Commit little.

But that doesn’t mean you will use such extras.

Absolutely not!

What you have to do is make sure you get the job done

before the allotted time, do better than what you promised.

Here’s part two: Done Better.

That is to say, if you receive a report that

It will be completed by Monday,

it will not only be a report but also include a plan

to implement the proposed hypothesis.

Or if you claim to be able to complete the preparations

for the company’s show by Sunday

with just two more employees

– that means you’ve beaten your main competitor in this regard.

If you commit to writing the copy of the brochure

before the next meeting,

that will not only include the completion of the content,

but will also include the color matt,

print layout,

proofreading, illustrations,

and cost and distribution calculations.

Of course you need to be careful to avoid overdoing it

taking responsibility that doesn’t belong to you,

but I’m sure you understand what I mean here.

One point you need to keep in mind is that

you should not reveal your ideas when taking responsibility,

otherwise your boss will expect those things.

And one more thing to remember,

you shouldn’t use this tactic on a regular basis,

it should be a pleasant surprise.

Sometimes acting silly is a good thing.

You can pretend you don’t really understand a new technique

or software when in reality you understand it like the back

of your hand.

Then all of a sudden you do everything on the spreadsheet

when no one else can,

you make an impression.

In this case,

if you say “I know this software,

I used to have to do spreadsheets all the time”

then you will miss a game,

miss an opportunity,

you will not create a surprise.

When you commit less but deliver better,

as a rule-of-thumb,

you must remember this important

but simple point,

that you will never deliver less

or later than you commit.

That’s it.

If you have to sweat and work nonstop day and night,

do so.

Please complete on time or earlier,

this rule is no exception.

It’s better to negotiate for more time

to get the job done than to let someone down.

Many people, out of a desire to win sympathy,

recognition or support,

immediately agree to an allotted time limit

and are then unable to complete the task on time.

At first they will look like people

who can do anything but then prove they are incompetent.

Rule 1.6: Know many things that others do not know

TTO – I worked with a guy named Steve.

His level of French was probably the same as the rest of us,

but he saw French as his opportunity

when none of us had the same opinion.

He attended evening classes,

went on vacation to France every year,

practiced listening to French tapes

and reading French novels.

After only a short time,

Steve’s French level has skyrocketed.

also predicted (correctly) that

we would expand into Europe

and his knowledge of France would become an invaluable asset.

Knowing what other people don’t know will give you the edge you’re looking for.

Steve has chosen the language to his advantage,

and you can choose for yourself your skills,


expertise, aptitude or sensitivity.

Take a look at your abilities first,

and this is part of Rule 3.7:

your strengths and weaknesses,

then determine which expertise will come in handy.

You may be a computer genius or some kind of technology.

It is also possible that you are a creative person and know more interesting things than others.

I have a friend who knows a little about printing technology

and whenever there is a job related to printing,

she is always called by her boss.

That is her advantage.

What about finances?

Can you interpret the information in the business section

for others to understand?

Or are you someone who really understands budget issues?

Or are you a trading expert?

About software installation?



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