Super-bad is so 2009 its all about super-nice for 2010

In Uncategorized on January 18, 2010 at 7:33 pm
interesting article from Rajesh Setty

Using some of the ideas from Seth Godin's tribes Rajesh has come up with some interesting reasoning as to why nice people  who are high performers will have an advantage in the long run.

This is where you have an unfair advantage. In a crude way, you jump the queue to belong to the next-level-tribe quicker.

Let us just think for a minute what happens when you get access to the next level tribe earlier than your peers.

First, your conversations change as you will have different

Second, your conversations will start raising your level of awareness on topics that are “obvious” or “background knowledge” for tribes at a higher level

Third, Based on this new awareness and you start becoming more comfortable to having more such conversations and more importantly your “actions” will change.

Fourth, Your “results” will start to change and will start reflecting the results of the people in the higher level tribe.

Fifth, Soon you will be VERY comfortable belonging in the higher level tribe.

Sixth, After a while you simply become a member of this new tribe without even knowing that you jumped the queue.

So in summary be good both at what you do and to the people you meet and you'll benefit in the long run.

Posted via email from Urban Ascetic (Lite)


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