Business Plan Designed by the Richest Man in the World.

Carlos Helu posted this up on his website. He recently became the richest man in the world beating Bill Gates and many others for the top spot. I think there is a lot of wisdom in these words so I wanted to post them for everyone to read. Again I challenge you to think for yourself and apply some of these strategies you think might work in your life!

  1. Create an organizational
    structure with simple, minimal hierarchies; provide personal development and
    in-house training for executives; maintain flexibility and a rapid
    decision-making capability; leverage the advantages of a small company and use
    these to grow and excel.
  2. Maintaining austerity
    in good times strengthens, profits and accelerates the development of the
    company, and averts the bitterly drastic adjustments in times of crisis.
  3. Stay focused on
    modernization, growth, training, quality, simplification and the continuous
    improvement of production processes. Increase productivity and competitiveness,
    reduce costs and expenses by using global benchmarks.
  4. Companies should never
    be limited by the size of the owner or manager. Do not be a big fish in a small
    pond. Minimize investment in non-productive assets.
  5. There is no challenge
    that we cannot overcome by working together with clear objectives and knowing
    the tools we have at our disposal.
  6. Money that leaves the
    company evaporates; this is why we reinvest profits.
  7. Corporate creativity is
    not only applicable to business, but also to solving many of society’s
    problems. This is what we do through the Group’s Foundations.
  8. All times are good
    time for those who know how to work and have the tools to do so.
  9. Firm and patient
    optimism always yields its rewards.

Here is the website so you can do your homework.


About thebobsblog

I am a 25 year old business owner who has a loving family and many goals. I constantly believe in my ability to keep learning and treat every experience as a great stepping stone. I love my family with all my heart and would do anything for them. This blog is just another stepping stone of learning through conversations.
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