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And -- graphic do you know what it takes to become the New York offices.
Our next guest is here to tells exactly how you can -- title of most valuable performer.
At your job entrepreneur and author of I will teach you to be -- When you say -- joins us now could see -- passport and you.
All right so everyone wants to be the MVP if it -- them in the head in the -- direction financial security and this right.
And you know it's so funny because.
Many of us believed we were race thinking if I just do my job well that's enough that's really not enough we know plenty of people who toil in the corner working on their itself.
And no one recognized right so there's other things other strategies you can use to get to the top strategy number one get your boss to help you grow which you suggest.
Is that you didn't get on their radar by doing what so you can actually asked them to invest in your education.
You know bosses get a bad rap a lot of times but the very reasonable if you go to them and say.
You know I found this book I think it's gonna help me do my job better -- -- the -- -- why I'd love to attend this conference -- lot of times they'll actually be happy to fork over company money.
You become a vital to the company.
And you have to become more valuable -- so so start small army if you come right out and say hey you know I think I'd be more valuable if you paid for four years -- Columbia for me that might not work that -- -- -- simple ten dollar book might work first.
You can work your way up to things like -- baby steps what do you mean by become the office -- be okay.
A lot of us will you know we sit in the corner we work on the things we work on.
We don't cross pollinate where -- plenty of other people in the company laterally even more higher than us.
What we should be doing is taking people out to lunch at least once a -- to send a meaningless and I'm really interest in what you do I'd love to know how you've got here what are your challenges and in that way.
You cross pollinate across groups you become more valuable to because you used to do this in college and took out CEO is still -- I was a weirdo so I would -- These people and they would always -- would always go out turns out most people don't you know other people.
And they're happy to go and help other people know what's going to come and you -- just not just the boss but people all throughout the organization so that if there's ever a time where they yell at somebody you know you -- You're absolutely bulletproof also easily tap into your alumni and at least the company alumni network so if you work -- accompanying their people who have worked there before you in the left.
They would be more than happy to talk to you.
And the best part is once they've left the company is very honest with you she can say you know what do you think if my boss is saying this -- would you think about where the companies going they'll often tell you that.
And also if you ever want to change to another company you now have a network of allies outside of your country.
Some very interesting tips you open look I will teach you to be rich wouldn't say -- practicing streets -- are.
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