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rules vs objectives

One character that sets us apart from other firms is the fact that we put a lot of emphasis on objectives. PRDs and KRAs and 90 day goals... we focus on the achievement and the measurability of growth. We put heavy emphasis on billings and growth as a firm. We do not allow excuses for not growing.

On the other hand, we have very few rules. We do not have certain set "work hours." We allow people to work from home, we do not have strict procedure to follow. Because we believe that rules should be set by high performance people with high standards. We do not want rules to govern our actions. Our ability should govern our process and rules should be for essentials.

Having said that, for starters, our workplace may not be an easy place to work. Because people cannot just follow rules and succeed. We do not have such rules. At our firm growth does not come from following rules, but by proactive thinking, intentional goal setting and voluntary actions. This is not easy for average people, but for high performance achievers, it should be a great place to work.

Our work styles and strengths are different. But we all need to be self motivators to succeed at Two Miles. Once we get it and get our individual engines going, I believe it is a great place to develop a career.

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