If you look closely, you’ll find that most people aren’t good at paying attention to detail.
Your coworker might prepare a spreadsheet with basic math errors. Your health insurer might misspell your middle name in a confirmation letter.
Or, more simply, someone might tell you that they will do something, but then they don’t.
And you know what? Not everything has to be top-notch. Sometimes “good enough” is good enough.
But other times, there is a lot of value in getting the details right. If you are good at the details, then you command a valuable skill.
So, are you rewarded for that skill?
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