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The Ceo’s Mind
“We are no longer in the world of standardization but we are now in the world of customization.” It is an ancient style for a CEO to go
Donot be a CEO who waste a Crisis.Every Crisis is an Opportunity.
A true CEO must believe in people, offer them time and encourage them. People cannot be natured from a distance, they can only be natured when you go into their circles, closer to them. Most CEOs do not want to be close to their people, they think they will lose power. It is very vital that you spend time with your workers and develop them into leaders.
Billion Dollar Class
Many people are too complacent and so calm to become rich. Real wealth requires aggressiveness. There is a very thin line between a thief and a rich person. You need to increase your aggression and speed. This world’s financial success need to be faced in a ruthless and intense aggressive manner. Without that, forget yourself becoming rich. .
Every Growth is intentional. No one succeeds by mistake.
All business models are centred on a common principle of identifying a need in the society, nation or world at large. The principle is based on a special ‘eye’ or insight to quickly identify a crisis and taking advantage of it. The Chinese people have adopted this principle and to them, a crisis in existence is an opportunity presented. Whenever there is a crisis in the society it needs a solution and that solution needs a person who can quickly identify it then comes up with a solution. Just like any business concept, it can either be in the form of goods or services rendered and in most cases especially in the modern world you don’t get free services or goods from a stranger, thus you have to pay.
The art of Maintaining
The way you begin in most cases is not the way you end, it’s not the conclusion of everything. Everyone can begin but it’s not everyone who can end in a perfect way. What you do in the middle path determines your end. Therefore, before you end you must design or create strategies in between which must support continuity and perpetuate a successful end. These are what I call middle actions, meaning the mid path actions which you take in order to drive your project to its final stages.
Everyone can start but not everyone can finish, what you do in the middle determines your end.
Thus you must find a way of modifying your product, repainting it, reviving it and redecorating it so that you regenerate their interest in the product and thus, it continues to sail right through to the end. If you don’t do that people may lose the zeal and the spark for your product thereby making you lose out in the end. A very simple example is that of a book which can be changed its title on several occasions until one comes with an eye catching title which then draws hundreds of thousands if not millions of sales.
Failing to plan is planning to fail. No business can prosper if it lacks proper planning. A business plan is like a map which shows you that path you need to take in order to get there. Planning is key to any business throughout its existence. Every successful business regularly reviews its business plan to ensure it continues to meet its needs. It’s sensible to review current performance on a regular basis and identify the most likely strategies for growth. Once you’ve reviewed your progress and identified the key growth areas that you want to target, it’s time to revisit your business plan and make it a road map to the next stages for your business.
every cent counts to make a dollar and every dollar counts to make a million.
Failure to properly plan cash flow is one of the leading causes of small business failures. Understanding the basics will help you better manage your cash flow. Your business’ monetary supply can exist either as cash on hand or in a business checking account available to meet expenses. A sufficient cash flow covers your business by meeting obligations (i.e. paying bills), serving as a cushion in case of emergencies and providing investment capital.