Posted by TerryS (129.42.208.145) on November 28, 2001 at 04:36:30:

Fwd: How to give 103% at work > > Well, they have finally defined what 103% is and > > how we can measure it... > > > > > > We have all been to those meetings where someone > > wants more than 100%. > > > Well here's how you do that. Here's how you can > > achieve 103%. > > > First of all, here's a little math that might > > prove helpful in the future. > > > > > > How does one achieve 100% in LIFE? > > > > > > Begin by noting the following. If... > > > A = 1 > > > B = 2 > > > C = 3 > > > D = 4 > > > E = 5 > > > F = 6 > > > G = 7 > > > H = 8 > > > I = 9 > > > J = 10 > > > K = 11 > > > L = 12 > > > M = 13 > > > N = 14 > > > O = 15 > > > P = 16 > > > Q = 17 > > > R = 18 > > > S = 19 > > > T = 20 > > > U = 21 > > > V = 22 > > > W = 23 > > > X = 24 > > > Y = 25 > > > Z = 26 > > > > > > Then the following is true: > > > H A R D W O R K > > > 8+1+18+4+23+15+18+11 = Only 98% > > > > > > Similarly: > > > K N O W L E D G E > > > 11+14+15+23+12+5+4+7+5 = Only 96% > > > > > > But interestingly (and as you'd expect): > > > A T T I T U D E > > > 1+20+20+9+20+21+4+5 = 100% > > > This is how you achieve 100% in LIFE. > > > > > > But even more important to realize: > > > B U L L S H I T > > > 2+21+12+12+19+8+9+20 = 103% > > > > > > So now you know what all those high-priced > > consultants, upper management, > > > and motivational speakers really mean when they > > want more than 100%! > > >