Redmon’s Rule #123 – Know and Live Your Mission Statement

There are two very specific questions every organization must ask. Who are our customers and what is our core competency?

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Rule #107 - Try Thinking Inside the Box

With so many people trying to think outside of the box, it’s become a cliché that doesn’t carry the same meaning. Sometimes the answer you’re looking for is right in front of you but you look past it. Take some time to slow down and open your eyes and you may discover some hidden gems inside the box.

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Rule #105 - Imperative Improvements

As a successful business leader, you may reach a point in your career where your business is running smoothly, growing rapidly, and things seem almost perfect. However, it’s imperative that you never stop striving to improve your business. It’s when your organization falls into complacency that competitors are able to come in and improve your strategy. As an entrepreneur or a manager, you must always place your business ahead of the trends and discover the next tactics that will best suit your customers.

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Rule #104 - A Viable Vision

Creating a business without a vision is like going on a long road trip without a GPS. You can try, but you won’t get very far in the right direction. As an entrepreneur, it’s essential that before you start your business you know the overall goal you’re going to accomplish and how you’re going to get there. Your business won’t make millions overnight, but if you set up the proper infrastructure and put in the sufficient planning, you can guide your organization in the right direction and set your organization up for future success.

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