The Joss Stone Success Method
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The Joss Stone Success Method

If you aren’t going to try your best to put your best out there, you need to move on. I’d been out of radio sometime when music promoter (and Steeleworker) Patti Martin said, You gotta hear this voice! It was Joss Stone – been a hooked fan ever since. A pleasure to hear the NPR interview with her the other day on NPR, so charming. And, so smart. I love when she says, If you can’t do it well, don’t bother. You can listen to the interview below.

Also read: Be sure to show up today

Put your best out there today … the end result does not have to be perfect, but your effort and work ethic does.



Topics: Learning & Development, People Management, All About Agents

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