Your speech was very germane to top management. We need more of this!
Long Beach, CA (PRWEB) April 29, 2009
We are in a completely different economic environment than where we were just a few years ago. The United States is now going through a major deleveraging process. Contrary to the financial talking heads on TV, this will be a long and painful process. There is nothing the government can do to stop it. In this new environment the same-old, same-old will not work as it did before. To grow and prosper, individuals must separate themselves from the crowd or herd line of thinking.
Business life does not have to be complicated. Going forward, individuals have two choices. They are---do they wish to be a Business Lord or Serf? The new Business Lords will be those individuals who can quickly discern, adapt to, and exploit the unpredictable movements in the turbulent flow of life. The New Business Lords have one overriding goal. That is to increasing the Free Cash Flow of their respective businesses. This tool will give them the leverage to both maintain and increase their market share.
As W. C. Fields correctly noted any dead fish can float downstream---but it takes a live one to swim upstream. The future does not belong to the big or the small---but to the SWIFT.
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A quote from Mr. David Burch, Director of Human Resources, Precision Machined Products Association, "Your speech was very germane to top management. We need more of this!"
About Mr. Kahn:
Sanford Kahn has been a business author and speaker for over 30 years to both the corporate and national trade and professional association markets. He was the host and producer of the popular Times Mirror cablevision series, "Ask the Economist". His latest book is entitled, The Thirteen Great Economic/Business Myths That Dominate Our Lives available on most popular book web sites, (amazon.com for example). Please see http://www.businessspeaker.biz.
Sanford Kahn, Business Author/Speaker
Office: (562) 434-4695