Try to do as best as you can in your job, Is it advisable?

February 21, 2007 7:30am CST
My friend has a habit of doing things in his job, that is, when he begins a thing, he will think it very carefully, then try to do it as best as he can.As a result, he pays much more than others. On the other hand, the number of what he does is less than others, because his energy and time is the same as others.what's more, for his high standard, he starts his thing a little harder and slower than those who think it a little easier, sometimes, he is even bothered by the result--- not as good as he imagined. What do you think of this kind of habit of doing things.
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@kgwat70 (13396)
• United States
22 Feb 07
I think that quality of your work is more important than having big numbers but I know employers do not always see it that way. I would prefer getting things done right than trying to outnumber anyone. In my job, it is always very important to do the best that I can as I work with people with disabilities so it is important that I give my best effort to help them. There are no numbers for me to worry about other than the number of happy students that enjoyed working with me and learned a lot through me.