Steal, Don’t Invent, Your Success
Every successful leader needs a mental data bank of business principles, good ideas, and competitive strategies from which to make good decisions to help them sort through the many choices facing them each day. One early choice to make is whether you are going to be an inventor, pioneer, or thief.
As Thomas Edison did, you can spend your days in painstaking, expensive, and time-consuming experimentation. You can do trial and error and spend your career groping for answers, or you can join me in stealing good ideas that work.
Today the phrase best practices has become the buzz in companies to seek out the best ways and methods for doing things and for making decisions. Let me suggest you steal your best practices ...