New Approaches, Positive Results

The theme of our discussions is how to be more successful in challenging times. Overall, our focus will be on new and different approaches to conducting business as well as how you can achieve positive results that impact your bottom line, motivate your employees and make customers want to do business with you.  This may require you to embrace the unconventional or non-traditional ways of doing business.  So, keep an open mind and think of change as being good.

With that said, because your company has been successful in the past does not guarantee continued success.  We have found that companies holding on to fond memories of their past success and constantly emulating them as they address the future are in trouble.  Successful companies appreciate those fond memories, but at the same time, look for ways to change as a springboard for continuous improvement.

Stability does not come from not changing, it comes from continually reassessing what works and what doesn’t work so well anymore and then discarding what doesn’t work or can be improved upon.  I’ll be sharing many “Best Practices” with you in my blog postings, so you can learn in the shortest period of time and so you learn the easy way rather than the hard way.

It is extremely important to embrace change because standing still is just another way of falling behind!

I think that bears repeating.  It is extremely important to embrace change because standing still is just another way of falling behind!

With these thoughts in mind, I’ve got a thought provoking question to ask you: What are you doing differently to not just survive, but to succeed to the fullest?

I’d really like to hear from you and here’s my contact information.  Please share your thoughts with me by phone at 214/361-2130 or by email at rdvoreis@consulting-collaborative.com.

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  1. Rich … loved your comments and really glad that you are writing for USGNN. Your insights from your successful career and your industry wide experiences will be of benefit to us all! Lyle

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