High potential is a phrase that is often used in professional environments and workplaces as a way to differentiate those whose approach to work stands out, versus those who simply work hard.
Yup, you read that right, high potential and working hard are not the same thing. You can work very hard, put in all the hours, almost kill yourself, and not be considered high potential.
That’s because high potential is a mindset, and while a lot of hard work happens when you have high potential, it is not the only tool you should use to make your work standout.
Here are three important mindsets that support your high potential.
These are but three hallmarks of the high potential mindset (there are many more).
High potential professionals are well-spoken, generous, smart and genuinely care about their organization and the people who count on it, while balancing all that with getting the right things done in the right ways.
Sound like anyone you know?
Yes, that sounds like you.
Leverage your full potential.
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