Best FYI on How To Prosper During Bad Times - Do not panic, Focus on what YOU can control….. [NOOK Book]

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Its simply impossible to make money much less to prosper during an economic recession or depression.

This is absolutely not true.

Because the truth is, economic recessions or its uglier cousin, economic depressions, are just the perfect opportunities that anyone with ...
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Best FYI on How To Prosper During Bad Times - Do not panic, Focus on what YOU can control…..

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Overview

Its simply impossible to make money much less to prosper during an economic recession or depression.

This is absolutely not true.

Because the truth is, economic recessions or its uglier cousin, economic depressions, are just the perfect opportunities that anyone with vision can take advantage of to become not just rich but filthy rich!

For the record no less than Americas second richest person alive, Warren Buffet whose personal fortune reached a dizzying $48 billion before he decided to give back to the society $31 billion can attest to this.

Warren Buffet built his massive fortune buying businesses and properties that most people had given up as lost. To many businessmen, he is the great rescuer who bailed them out of their economic miseries.

But of course Warren Buffet saw more than rescuing them out of their economic woes. If he sees no value or potential in their businesses, he sees no reason to buy them.

But what exactly does he know that ordinary mortals don't usually know about economic downturns?

The primary goal of any business owner is to survive the current economic downturn and to develop a leaner, more cost-effective and more efficient operation. The secondary goal is to grow the business even during this current economic downturn.

Objectives:

• Conserve cash.

• Protect assets.

• Reduce costs.

• Improve efficiencies.

• Grow customer base.

Required Action:

• Do not panic… History shows that economic downturns do not last forever. Remain calm and act in a rational manner as you refocus your attention on resizing your company to the current economic conditions.

• Focus on what YOU can control… Don’t let the media's rhetoric concerning recessions and economic slowdown deter you from achieving business success. It´s a trap! Why? Because the condition of the economy is beyond your control. Surviving economic downturns requires a focus on what you can control, i.e. your relevant business activities.

• Communicate, communicate, and communicate! Beware of the pitfall of trying to do too much on your own. It is a difficult task indeed to survive and to grow your business solely with your own efforts. Solicit ideas and seek the help of other people (your employees, suppliers, lenders, customers, and advisors). Communicate honestly and consistently. Effective two-way communication is the key.

• Negotiate, negotiate, and negotiate! The value of a strong negotiation skill set cannot be overstated. Negotiating better deals and contracts is an absolute must for realigning and resizing your company to the current economic conditions. The key to success is not only knowing how to develop a win-win approach in negotiations with all parties, but also keeping in mind the fact that you want a favorable outcome for yourself too.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016312422
  • Publisher: Reference
  • Publication date: 2/16/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 60
  • Sales rank: 1,192,319
  • File size: 209 KB

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