Strategic Thinking: Page 2
Build your business around your talent and watch things flourish.
A new book shows you how to be a more creative and effective entrepreneur.
Simply having a map doesn't mean you'll even start a journey -- which is why connecting personal action to outcome is essential.
His teachings have acted as anchors for me in making business decisions for years.
People who have developed the right mental disciplines make more money, stretch their abilities more than their peers, enjoy higher positions at work, command more respect and form more meaningful professional and personal relationships.
Make it an integral part of your planning and your mindset and you -- and your business -- will be better for it.
Hard work and a good idea are necessary but not sufficient to succeed the harsh winnowing process that crushes the majority of new businesses.
Business leaders should categorize choices by their potential impact to improve quality and speed.
Generic advice doesn't always work because there are some things, some very important things, you simply have to figure out for yourself.
Be familiar with all varieties as you may need to adapt your management style to better deal with unexpected situations.
Keep your head above water while dealing with all the tactical things that cry out for an entrepreneur's attention every day.
Business leaders should maintain strategic vision and leave tending to the details to their managers.
Mentoring groups are good for practical business advice and brainstorming, not so good for limitless hand holding.
Sometime in the last 5,000 years somebody may have experienced a similar problem. The tips you need might be in books. Here's how to peruse and use them.