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|Ralph Ransom “The rewards for those who persevere far exceed the pain that |
must precede the victory.” - Ted W. Engstrom “The tougher the job, the greater the
reward.” - George Allen “Effort onlyfully releases its reward after a person refuses
|The tougher the job, the greater the reward. ~ GeOrGe ALLeN, uS POLITICIAN |
22 HOW WAGeS Are DeTerMINeD According to Adam Smith, five issues
contribute to wages, 'the agreeableness or disagreeableness of the [job],
easiness and ...
|It's challenging and excitingv The tougher the job the greater the reward. but |
winners are in shape and keep fighting. Losers don't know why they are losing. '
It's strange, but health, happiness and aiiccess depends upon the fighting spirit of
|The tougher the job, the greater the reward. Employers have consistently cited |
poor attitudes; lack of self- confidence; lack of goals; poor motivation; lack of
enthusiasm; lack George Allen of drive; little evidence of leadership potential;
|The tougher the job, the greater the reward." "The greatest moment in sports is |
when you've got a victory, and you give away game balls." "How many times, out
of meekness or inertia, do we talk ourselves out of a reward easily attained?
Jason McClure, Sarah K. McClure - 2003 - 194 pages
|Solutions for a Meaningful and Rewarding Career Jason McClure Sarah K. |
McClure. promotion. You owe it to yourself to do a great job and to put everything
you can into your job. If you do this, you will get a raise. If you do this, you will get
|So, start humbly: “Well, that will ultimately depend on my performance on the job |
and on the growth and opportunities offered by my employer. ... leadership
characteristics in all of the jobs I've held, so I'm very confident that I will take on
progressively greater management responsibilities in the future. ... It's very
1999 - 433 pages
|Eligibility is determined by the strategic job to be done, not by level or tenure. • |
The tougher and riskier the job the greater the incentive. • Behaviors and values
count heavily. They are being measured, are part of the performance
|The larger the dam, the more worthwhile the person; the more “honest” work that |
has been done, the greater the reward, be it security, status, power, wealth, love,
or anything else. Still, one simple truth ... After all, a human being's toughest job ...
|Large stations normally require a considerable amount of broadcasting |
experience for nearly all jobs in the programming, engineering, and sales areas.
... and skill at their particular job, move on to larger stations in larger communities
where the financial rewards are greater. ... Finding a reporting job—or any job—
on a daily newspaper has become tougher and tougher, as many dailies have