Is that a shot a Sheamus or something? because of him being buddies with HHH. He's been said to be a hard worker backstage, shows up for shows he's not even booked for, always willing to work and learn.Ryder did extra youtube videos, among other things.
Miz did extra media promotions, among other things.
Sheamus always showed up on time to train, among other things.
It's no coincidence that these three are being pushed right now. Hard work does pay off, just look no further than John Cena as an example.
WWE did not ask any of these individuals to do what they do; that is why it's called the "extra mile" and why they are called "hard workers".
That's because from all accounts Vince himself is one of the hardest working people in the world. Like Vince himself has described, back in the 80s when he was putting territories out of business, the guys who ran those territories were showing up at the office a handful of hours per week, while Vince was burning the midnight oil to grow his company. Those lazy executives at the other companies didn't even deserve to have their companies survive with their poor work ethic.Is that a shot a Sheamus or something? because of him being buddies with HHH. He's been said to be a hard worker backstage, shows up for shows he's not even booked for, always willing to work and learn.
But as already said, going the extra miles get's you brownie points from Vince. While being lazy like say Carlito, will put you in the doghouse. Of course this is the case in most jobs and not just wrestling.