Three Rules for Success

Posted on Posted in Entrepreneurship, Strategy
Just as a compass always points to the north, so there are rules that lead to success
Just as a compass always points to the north, so there are rules that lead to success

I was checking out some of the folks that i am following on twitter to find out what they are tweeting and not just the tweets that i see on my twitter feed as the feed could be easily hijacked due to multiple reasons. 

I saw that Clay Christensen had shared a TEDx Video on twitter. His first and only tweet in almost a month. That intrigued me and listened to the video and loved it so much that i had to share it with you all as Michael Raynor shares the rules of long term success and in a way that is so simple and easy to understand.

He shares the three rules for success:

  • Better before cheaper
  • Revenue before costs
  • There are no other rules 

These are exactly my beliefs about running an organization to achieve long term success. I could not have presented my case as well as Michael (partly as I dont have the research to back it up, which he has).

So,  enjoy the video and hopefully you are able to follow these rules for success and enjoy long term success in your organization. 

So, what are your rules for success? 

 

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