What separates repeated success in business from repeated failure?
What do you think is the main reason for some people to have repeated success in business while others have repeated failure?
Effective and carefully thought out planning. Then follow through.
The single biggest reason for small business start-up failure is under-capitaization. This doesn't explain repeated failures. But one successful business can fund a second business with a decent business plan, allowing the entrepreneur to repeat his/her success formula.
Careful planning, ability to change and adapt, strong leadership and a sack full of luck.
Repeated Failure from someone who never quits, leads to Repeated Success! The Key is to always move Forward and Up! You can't succeed if you stop.
What separates repeated success from repeated failures is the ability to adapt in the face of obstacles and to innovate so that you'd be at the forefront of your industry.
One keep following their success direction and the other keep falling into their own mistakes or failure direction.
Good planning and monitoring, hard work , good Management and Control, new ideas, funding capability and of course lots and lots of GOOD LUCK.
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