A practical, dynamic, creative entrepreneurial vision is rare. Vision begets innovation and is a prerequisite to leadership. If you have a precise vision for your business, it can be your greatest competitive advantage.
Your competitors who have no vision will find themselves chasing yours. Running after your vision, your imagination, your innovations and your leadership, they will forever be in your dust, months, maybe years, behind you. Continue Reading
Your strategy begins with a goal. Corporate consultant Peter Drucker claims that “the best way to predict the future is to create it.” Your goals predict the future of your enterprise. When you establish goals and commit yourself to them, you become a slave to the master you have created. Once you swear allegiance to your company’s vision, you’ll have the means to accomplish it. The information, personnel, opportunities, and resources you need will become available to you. It’s like magic, and it unleashes power that you—the magician—never knew you had.
Napoleon Hill, one of the first to codify the principles of personal achievement, called this mysterious power The Law of Cosmic Habit Force. Hill’s premise is that once you decide on a goal of any kind, you “send your little men out” and they bring back the information and resources necessary to accomplish it. Continue Reading