|Unapologetic Old |
I and my team will get zero credit, and havent, from my company for accomplishing something so ill pat myself and my team on the back for us.
It was a years long fight going after some new business they said we would never get, I was wasting my time, stop being an unrealistic asshole, blah blah. A lot of sweat and tears and sleepless nights later... We accomplished the goal and took the new account. we saved everyone on the team's jobs and kept us in the black.
I don't normally blow my own horn but this was a big personal goal of mine. Some of my team are on this forum, so I say thank you to them for making this happen.
I'm not a sappy type guy but what we just did this week is huge guys and validated everything I set out to do when I became account manager. Thanks all.
- "This town reminds me of something in the bible."
- "Which part?"
- "The part right before god gets angry"
Well done, my friend. Want a job?
Nice job, sir!
God bless America.
Hopefully someone up the chain is paying attention. You'd think something like adding a notable new account would make management sit up and take notice.
Congrats. It’s always great when good things come to fruition.
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Nice work! Never listen to the pukers, all they will ever tell you is, “it can’t be done.”
"Escaped the liberal Borg and living free"
|Edge seeking |
Bold expectations followed by bold actions. Way to go!
Having been in similar situations as a team-member, although we never received any kudos from the higher-ups, it was enough to hear it from our immediate supervisor and have his thanks.
For a good team it's amazing how much they can do with so little appreciation. I'll add my congratulations and praise for you and your crew.
|Ice age heat wave, |
Well done, Sir. Nowadays it seems like people only hear about the work they're doing when they fuck something up. Positive reinforcement is rare.
Good on ya, keep it up.
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Steak: Rare. Coffee: Black. Scotch: Neat.
50 or more years ago my Grandmother, a very wise woman, told me "Sometimes you have to toot your own horn"
Goals realized can be a fantastic thing, congratulations!
I do like sweet potatoes with my possum.
Kudos. Think big, win big.
Look man, if nobody is looking out for you, then look out for yourself. I know shit is weird right now with C19, but you better be planning on getting somewhere that they appreciate you.
Resentment is no way spend a career. Translate big wins into better jobs.
You do NOT have the right to never be offended.
|Victim of Life's|
The old pros told me early on to "toot your own trumpet, nobody else will toot it for you"
God spelled backwards is dog
|and this little pig said:|
Quite certainly not !!!
This is an accomplishment that you will need to follow up on the results and "remind" management. Otherwise, they will routinely ignore it!
You and your team deserve the recognition and praise (in the least). I worked for a company that rewarded that type of behavior by returning to the "developers" a portion of the company's savings (cost reduction) or increased earnings (better revenue) that the innovation produced.
Companies should be encouraging this sort of behavior!
Good on you and your team!!!
Congratulations, Lord Vaalic! That is a huge accomplishment.
Good on you and your team!!!
Consider y'all patted on the back
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…and God made dogs, and it was very good, and God said: “I’m gonna have to have all of these back.” Genesis 1, gospel according to Mr. Monkey ✡
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Well done Sir, admirable to look out for others welfare in this day and age. And kudos to all who follow suit.
Regards, Will G.
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Not To Get Excited
Good for you, congratulations. Sometimes business is like football, there are a lot of guys in the stands that will stand around with a beer in their hands and tell you how they could have made that play. So just smile and nod and sometimes blow your own horn, and this is a good place to do it.
|His Royal Hiney|
it's true. I've been told by two managers that I need to learn how to celebrate my successes if I wanted to move up.
"It did not really matter what we expected from life, but rather what life expected from us. We needed to stop asking about the meaning of life, and instead to think of ourselves as those who were being questioned by life – daily and hourly. Our answer must consist not in talk and meditation, but in right action and in right conduct. Life ultimately means taking the responsibility to find the right answer to its problems and to fulfill the tasks which it constantly sets for each individual." Viktor Frankl, Man's Search for Meaning, 1946.
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