“Resting on your laurels becomes your blindfold for your future potential. It doesn’t have to be that way.” – Jane Covington
The role of commerce and true capitalism requires that we continue to grow, evolve, and meet the ever-changing demands of the marketplace.
In fact, capitalism is frequently becoming the creator of the demands of the marketplace. It was once said that necessity is the mother of invention. Today we add to that truism, “The marketplace is shaped by the influences of ever changing resources and our endless seeking of satisfaction and efficiency.” – Jane Covington
Are you thinking outside of the box?
Are you aware of the ever-changing market(s)?
Are you aware of the continual and rapid cross-pollination of ideas and wants of the marketplace?
Are you positioning yourself and your company to be a leader in the new capitalism?
As Margaret Mead said so well, “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.” Mead, a brilliant anthropologist, knew about culture and change in general what business should be modeling in today’s business culture to stay ahead and move the next level.