Month: January 2013

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Month: January 2013

How to Leverage Expectations

by William DiPaolo

In my last post I described that using PRESENT resources as a means of achieving a FUTURE expectation is not wise. The reason is that while our present is real – the future scenario we expect in our minds is not. Never focus the REAL (your present) on something UNREAL (the future). How then do […]

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How to Manage Expectations

by William DiPaolo

Expectations can be dangerous. If handled incorrectly, you will permanently cripple your business. Expectations are so common in business planning, no one considers what they actually are. Setting expectations means to create an “unreal future” based on your present understanding. It means determining what the business will BECOME tomorrow – by examining what it is […]

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Remove This One Thing And Your Business Will Be Perfect

by William DiPaolo

I am going to start writing more about making “trust” the foundation of your business. It’s not easy – and you will suffer short-term harm when you attempt to do this because some of your present employees will not be trustworthy at the start. But once you make this transition, your business can now become […]

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