Are You Old School Enough

Old School is getting to work early, setting yourself up for success, and hitting the ground running.

Old School is treating people with courtesy and decency. Old School is being polite. It’s not interrupting someone when they are speaking.

Old School is doing more than is expected and going the extra mile. It’s keeping your word, contract or no contract.

Old School is being honest and candid. Old School is telling the truth and having the tough conversations.

Old School is defending what is right even when it is not popular.

Old School is saying thank you. Old School is sending a handwritten note or a thank you card.

Old School is remembering. What’s important. Birthdays. Other important dates. Old School is relationships.

Old School is a telephone call. Old School is a face-to-face, in real life. Old School is conversations.

Old School is doing the work that is expected of you without anybody having to tell you what needs done or verifying that you are doing it.

Old School is a shirt and tie. It’s shined shoes. It’s attention to detail. It’s believing that things matter, even in a world that doesn’t.

Old School is a sense of pride in a job well done.

Old School is wanting to make a contribution to something greater than yourself.

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