What your ideas are worth in the terms of money?

As said before in previous blog post we can differentiate all people roughly in three groups

Talkers

  • He never misses an opportunity to tell everyone in sight about his goals for the day, the week or even the month ahead
  • Whenever anything favourable and worth noticing happens in the office, he finds an excuse to talk about it
  • Not only does he impress his supervisors and bosses, even his customers are impressed, for quite some time, at least

Thinkers

  • He is one who is not short of ideas and is seen often to exercises due diligence at work
  • This person has the ability to think out-of-the-box and is no stranger to thinking strategically
  • He tends to weigh the pros and cons carefully before giving his opinion and is well considered by many at the workplace
  • His ability to paint the big picture may sometimes be construed as a dampener when a gung-ho mentality prevails in an organization

Doers

  • Every successful organization has this guy in his team
  • He is very hardworking person who likes nothing better than to accomplish whatever task he is given
  • Each task is a challenge and must be done in best possible way
  • He has a good track record of success
  • He works quietly, uncomplaining, so his his hard work and efforts are not given due recognition
  • Office politics is anathema to him
  • This is The Bible for them

Next time when someone come to you and present you his brilliant great new innovative idea, before listening him all the way, just show him this picture and find out where he belongs (credit to Derek Sivers).

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