(1) Pick winners
It’s easy for an entrepreneur to get caught up in numbers. How much were sales last year? What percentage is business expected to increase–or decrease–in 2009? But for entrepreneurs focused on running and growing thriving companies, success goes beyond the numbers. It starts, in fact, with people. Attracting and retaining top talent is an entrepreneur’s No. 1 priority, says Bob Prosen, CEO of The Prosen Center for Business Advancement and the author of Kiss Theory Goodbye. From motivating your employees to covering their most basic health needs, making your employees feel cared for and secure could be your best insurance for lasting success.
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