lesson. Sunday , August 13th , 2017 - 06:35:29 AM
When you watch other businesses, you realize the process of doing business can be quite simple. A friend of mine says, Take care of your people, take care of your customers, count your money. Most of us simply want a quality product or service at a fair price sold by someone who is honest, dependable, and appreciative.
I tell all CEOs, entrepreneurs and investors to always listen and eat slowly. Never promise that something will be done in a couple of days if you think it will take 2 days; instead double the period and promise that it will take 5 days. When you deliver early, you over perform and you get a chance to shine. If you know that something will take a day or two, promise to deliver within those days only because its an easy thing to deliver. To your customers, clients or partners, this builds trust, reflects leadership, ability and executional traits. My advice to entrepreneurs is always to hurry slowly.Whenever you dig Indian History, you will always find one prominent personality. He is none other than Father of India i.e. Mohan Das Karamchand Gandhi. Mahatma Gandhi delivered non-competitive services to the nation that none other can ever do. His entire history is derived within his autobiography "My Experiments with Truth". If you have read the book, you will learn numerous lessons from his life. SO, here are 5 life lessons that you can learn from Gandhi.
4. Free advertising takes longer to produce results than paid advertising does. You may as well expect to spend some money on advertising if you want to develop your business quicker.
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