PB19: Make Yourself Indispensable


Optimist, Skeptics, and Cynics: which one are you? Fancy yourself a “Realist”? We discuss the three types and why it’s ok to occupy two of these groups, but not the third. This week’s motivational quote? “People who say it cannot be done should not interrupt those who are doing it.” – George Bernard Shaw. In this week’s Main Topic, we discuss five top ways to make yourself indispensable at work using Inc’s 12 Simple Steps. Tips include but are not limited to: why your word is your bond; establishing yourself as someone people are comfortable and want to reach out to; staying positive; and how you can learn more later by being more now.


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  1. Hi guys! just found your site/podcast via the Stacking Benjamin podcast. Sorry to hear about your brother! i wish him and his family well. looking forward to catch up on all your podcasts.

    1. Thanks for the message and welcome aboard! Let us know if there’s anything you’d like us to cover on the show!

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