Top 7 Business Strategies For Those Who Want to Make it Big – Part 3

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Building a great business is not easy. It needs more than having a good product, a reputable ambient and elegant service personnel.

Don’t forget I told you we have 7 Business Strategies needed if you want to make it big. You can choose to either apply them or ignore them. In Part One and Two which I published previously, I listed out five of those Business Strategies and in this article today, I will be discussing the last two which are very important. So, do yourself a favour to read it, act on them and see your business grow in great dimensions.

Let’s check it out… I hope you are resonating with me?

6. Be Motivated By Both Your Success and Failures in the Past

Everything that happened to you in the past whether success or failure has a way it could help you make it BIG in business. Thomas Edison discovered that every single step he missed in getting the right result showed him one more way it won’t work. This is all about PERCEPTION. People see things as who they are, not as things are.

Dr Theodore Levitt in his article entitled; “The Managerial Merry-go-round”, which was published in Harvard Business Review confirms that people gather and evaluate information (both positive and negative) based on the kind of person they are. Those their persons distinguish them either as systematic thinkers, intuitive thinkers, receptive thinkers or PERCEPTIVE THINKERS. Knowing the area you are good helps you use it to grow your business.

Finally, we are in the last and most important business strategy – which if you don’t have it, every other strategies are not guarranteed. So, what could this strategy be?

7. The God Factor

The God factor tells us the effect of grace, oil of favour and the anointing. With God, revelation into untapped business ideas are assured. God directs your step, leads into meeting a great customer and if you comply with your role of the convenant, you are sure of security.

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