Strategy: Page 9
You can never guarantee the success of a new business but there are essentials that, done right, make success likely.
For Steve Jobs, having the cheapest computer on the market wasn't the goal. Instead, he wanted to produce a machine that would be better for users.
Regardless if 2016 was rough or a banner year, there is lots you can begin now to make next year better.
Five steps can make the difference between spinning your wheels and getting the big win.
Even the best models of the world are imperfect.
Be truly strategic and limit your use of the word to the cases where it means something.
The natural impulse is to hunker down when the economy slows, but tough times are uniquely suited for boldly setting your brand apart.
Start with a solid strategy and a plan to identify gaps in service. Push yourself, and be willing to be outside help if needed.
Follow these five strategies to guarantee your pitch emails will not only be notices, but opened.
The most successful ones have one thing in common: they are data-driven.
Remember the obstacle or the rival is only as strong as your perception lets it be.
'You don't want to over hype it and get people very disappointed, and that's what happened with Google Glass,' said investor Tipatat Chennavasin.
Don't give up, talk about your next amazing idea.
'Do or do not. There is no try.'