What if you could move beyond the idea of competition and no longer needed to see the competition as “competition,” necessarily? Would this be a bona fide game changer for you and your business, allowing you to move your organization past an “us versus them” struggle and into innovation without a constant knee-jerk comparison to paranoid levels as to what others in your industry are doing that you might not be?
When the competition launches a new product, how you react says a lot about you as a professional and your company as an organization. But it is likely that you act quickly and decisively to address the changing factors and conditions after they’ve occurred.
This is called agility, and we often utilize agility to change directions and head the competition off at the pass. But what if you could skip that pivot altogether?
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A difficult problem can and will eventually become a roadblock so large that it renders forward progress in any productive way virtually impossible. The direct result of a roadblock as such is more often than not, procrastination, and the longer this problem is in place, the more you become convinced there are no solutions. This couldn’t be further from the truth.
Now that I’ve revealed what business leaders must know in order to become the disruptor instead of the disrupted, the next step is applying those principles. I discussed previously the need to solve problems before they occur; however, what happens when you do uncover a problem?
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