It is said (and I often live by this) that a Job worth doing, is worth doing well. What does this personally mean to you?


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Ancient Hippy Profile
Ancient Hippy answered

That was the mantra of my construction company and was even on my logo. The last thing I ever wanted to hear from an employee is "that's good enough". That's telling me that it could be better but they're not willing to try. Those employees didn't last too long.

dragonfly forty-six Profile

My parents drilled that into my head at a young age. If you do the job thoroughly and in the right way the first time, you need not do it again. If the job is important enough to be considered, than it should be done right. Or, don't bother at all. No cutting corners, no easy way out. If you're going to commit, you need to see it to its end.

Sheldon  Cooper Profile
Sheldon Cooper answered

Whenever someone at work asks

Me how long a job will take ,

I ask them " do you want it done fast

Or do you want it done rite"

PJ Stein Profile
PJ Stein answered

I hate having to redo something or having to call someone back to redo something. If you are going to do something, do it right the first time and no time is wasted redoing it.

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