Each week I read a number of peak performance and entrepreneurial articles from various online resources. Here are my top three picks this week. I have added my comment about each article and would like to hear what you think too.
How to Develop a Business Growth Strategy
There are many ways to guide a business through a period of expansion.
BY DARREN DAHL
Turning a small business into a big one is never easy. The statistics are grim. Research suggests that only one-tenth of 1 percent of companies will ever reach $250 million in annual revenue. An even more microscopic group, just 0.036 percent, will reach $1 billion in annual sales. Read More
My Comment: To keep your interest stimulated during your growth phase have an idea/initiative in development to stimulate your entrepreneurial thinking.
How Do Athletes Get ‘In the Zone’ of Peak Performance?
After a great performance, athletes have described a feeling of being “in the zone.” In this state, they feel invincible, as if the game slowed down, the crowd noise fell silent and they achieved an incredible focus on their mission. What is this Superman-like state and how can players enter it when they most need it? Read More
My Comment: Great article. Keep track of each item in a notebook and you will peak perform.
Heed and Harness Your Introverted Customers
Sure, high-tech bells and whistles are important. But when it comes to product design, empathy for your customers’ emotions should come first.
BY ILAN MOCHARI
Designing products for your customers’ emotional needs is hardly a radical concept. Read More
My Comment: Ease of use makes a product/service stand out
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