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New Series Introduction: Leadership Survival

September 2, 2014

127747966740913065803801197_Desert_Survival_TipsLast year, I began blogging with one goal in mind – to share knowledge and educate other investors like me. I love to share all of my knowledge and time-proven systems with everyone! One of [...]

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Last year, I began blogging with one goal in mind – to share knowledge and educate other investors like me. I love to share all of my knowledge and time-proven systems with everyone!

One of our most popular series has been our weekly “leadership” series. In 2014, we have posted several groundbreaking series on leadership such as:

Who Are You Trying to Fool? Parts 1-2

Conquering the Puzzle – The Struggle is the Purpose Parts 1-2

Building Relationships

A Leadership Crisis

8 Steps to Sure Success Parts 1-8

The 7 Deadly Sins of Leadership Parts 1-7

All of our past Leadership blog series can be accessed by visiting www.blog.andrewcordle.com

The next series that I’m happy to announce will be a multi-part series entitled: Leadership Survival. Over the course of many weeks, I’ll do my best to show you how to survive in today’s cut-throat business world.

First and foremost, you must have the ability to maintain an unrelenting focus on the future and a determination to make difficult, sometimes transformational changes. At too many companies there’s not sufficient thought given to the next quarter century because we’re rushed to meet the demands of the next quarter. Companies need to have a strong focus on anticipating change, at all levels.

Your company’s anticipating and identifying challenges and opportunities is merely the first step. Then moving-on to address them strategically might involve difficult change, both inside and outside the company. One of the biggest obstacles to this process is something usually considered as a positive virtue and very difficult to overcome: emotional attachment to the status quo. You must refuse to love your product, or mode of production, or whatever your seemingly lasting advantage is, so much that you hinder your ability to make the changes needed to sustain success.

Over the course of the next several week’s, I will be providing you many of my secrets to business survival. No special MacGyver knife, tent, or emergency rations are required! This is business survival!

Join me next week when we discuss Business Survival lesson #1 – “Pain As a Teacher.”

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