Entrepreneurs have to consider the long-haul. Research shows that having an eye toward the future will make your business more profitable.
Listen closely to your customers and make a long-term plan, because this isn't going away anytime soon.
Entrepreneurs are often afraid to act because of how a decision will impact them right now. But, you need to be thinking about the future.
No company delivers quality goods on time without a strong, smooth-running supplier network. Building profitable relationships with vendors ensures long-term success.
Investing in life insurance can result in being one of the best and most important financial decisions that you can make.
Treat staff members with the long-term in mind -- treat each employee relationship as if it's going to be permanent.
Money hunting with venture capitalists is like dumping cash into a sports car -- a success only for the short term.
You not only need the individual capacity to focus, work collaboratively and take calculated risks but also the market awareness to constantly refine your product for appeal.