Friday, November 5, 2010

Get Back to your roots

In rock and roll music, it's often that you hear a guitarist talking about getting back to their roots. What that means is the guitarist is stepping back and looking at where rock music began and then building on it. It's smart to do because it gives you an appreciation for what you have and how far you've come, and it influences where you go in the future.

In business, we have to do the same. Look back on your roots--where did you start, what salary were you originally paid, what knowledge did you begin with?

Look at your company. Where did you start, how much business did you have, what client base and what scope of work did you do?

Maybe as you look back you see little progress. More likely, you'll realize what has been given to you and what opportunities there may be for the future.

Barry LaBov
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