Performing Like CRAP Can Be a Badge of Honor

Young businessman using laptop and phone in the officeAre you meeting expectations? Exceeding them?

By Steven E. Sacks

A strange concept you might think. When someone acknowledges that your actions reflect crap there is no positivity in this assessment. And because this term is baked into the American lexicon, people will always view it negatively.

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But what if we look at it another way – in the form of an acronym? Let’s give it a try.