#931 What Is Expected When “Professional” Is Next To Your Name [WOYG Podcast]

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Professional. The word lends credibility, respect, and you probably are being paid for your work. Maybe you have a business card and some nice suits to wear to work. But there are a whole set of expectations that line up next to that “professional” title that you’d better know about — because people are expecting you to embody them, and will hold it against you if you don’t.

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3:43 Today’s Topic: What Is Expected of You When Professional Is Next To Your Name

4:56 Point I: Your work performance and results are consistent and dependable

6:36 Whatever it is you do, do it with consistency.

6:49 Point II: Professionals solve problems

10:17 When you’re a professional at what you do, getting paid for what you do and people look to you as a pro, they expect you to be able to solve problems.

10:59 Put yourself on a positive track of affirming that you will figure it out.

12:40 Point III: Expect somebody else to learn from you

13:44 If you cannot teach it you don’t know it.

14:19 Point IV: A professional can make it look easy

16:19 A professional makes it look simple even if it’s not.

16:55 Recap

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