Success Rule #33 – Never Cover Up for Someone Else

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    Anthony Tormey
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    Being extraordinarily successful at what you do means that you have the highest of standards for yourself and others. When you do, you may come across others who won’t have your standards and will try to bring you down to their level or involve you in their games. Don’t put up with it. Never get involved with covering for someone else’s poor performance or behavior. If you decide to cover up for others it will complicate your life. Read more…

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