What the world’s most famous businessmen can teach you about doing business with

  • By David Molnar
  • February 1, 2018
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Bill Gates, Warren Buffet, Richard Branson – they are united not only by their billions of account balances, but also by very similar ideals that guide them in their business. These people are a model for many entrepreneurs who dream every day of achieving success in a similar format. It turns out that there is no secret in this. Each of these businessmen came to the top with simple rules that you should also know and follow.

Go gold to gold

This ancient principle is perfect for modern business. Success people try to keep in touch with other people who have succeeded in their lives. They have something to talk to and, above all, they can learn something new from each other.

It should be the same with you. Participate in high-level business meetings on a regular basis. Go to events of local business associations. Be sure to visit stadiums and arenas while sitting next to people you may find useful.

Work can be a passion

But in a healthy sense. It cannot completely grab your life, because in the end there will come a moment when you will hate it (work). It’s important to find a balance that allows you to devote 100% of your time to your company, but still treats it as something cool, valuable and enriching.

If you think of your company as a product that is supposed to give you food and allow you to do nothing in 20 years, for example, then you will not be successful. Doing business is a continuous process that cannot simply be interrupted. That is why drug barons never go back on business. A hard comparison, but I think it’s quite pictorial.

Saving is a beautiful virtue.

You have to believe on a word that the richest people in the world, but only those who have worked hard for this wealth, are very frugal and do not waste money on stupidity. They could buy themselves the best cars, more houses and friends, but in their blood they have the mania of watching every dollar from both sides.

Saving is not a stinginess. It is the ability to spend money wisely. Sometimes for pleasure, more often for something that can ultimately bring even more money.

Your horse’s eye is fattening

You have to trust your employees and employ valuable people, but no one, no one really will relieve you of everything. You are the boss, the president, the owner – as the heap, the heap. You need to find time to review your business, talk to your employees, check your results. In a word, to have control! This is the only way to make sure your business is moving in the right direction.

As you can see, the spectacular success is sometimes marked by the simplest solutions. This land has been consistently applied.

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