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Archive: Never Enough – May 13, 2005

June 18th, 2008

(This podcast is pulled “from the archives” and presented here as a service to more recent listeners — Douglas)

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Would you rather work for someone who praised you for your good work, or someone who constantly denigrated your efforts? It seems an easy choice to make, but every day I see people, managers and high-tech staffers alike trapped in relationships where praise is in short supply. Even more, these same businesses often fail or never even approach their optimal levels of success. Yet, these people often see no connection between the lack of praise and the fortunes of a store, department or company. The “Never Enough” syndrome can drive many a high-tech worker into other jobs, if not other careers.


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