1. Revenue Growth
Solidify your product or services and be sure to pair back all revenue back into your business until it grows and gain stability.
2. Delay gratification
Do not be in a hurry to become a CEO, before becoming one: Endure and grow your business before engagement.
3. Good Online and Offline reputation
Ensure your reputation when you are not there(Online - the Internet's socials) is as valid as if you are there yourself(Offline).
Knowledge is good, but unless it is followed by massive implementation it’s of little or no worth.
5. Dare Deep Waters
Success is locked up in places where no one else looks for it. Innovation happens when you breakthrough walls that others fear. Never be too confident in people’s report about doors that have been shut for a while.
Ignorance of the above or neglect of them will result in crumbling businesses and finances.
6. Relationships as Investments
Trust and Connectivity can have a similar effect on relationships and finances. There is no greater investment than in relationships (God and men). Forming a bond and developing relationship is more valuable than dividends or financial returns.
Go great lengths to prove dedication and trustworthiness before financial gratification. Be very careful of your customer service as your greatest weapon in business and publicity is referrals.
Always find a way to connect with everyone on your path in business, you never know.
Another side to this is its effect on the circle of your association – thrive on strong, deep-rooted associations based on/in a mutual belief. Learn to strike up conversations, be a friend in deed – you will be better for it.
7. Financial Education
Lastly, regularly snack up on healthy financial resources and business materials. Books, Audios, Podcasts etc. Some could be gotten here.
Covenant of Life Resources.