About running rabbit
“I can not afford a week of vacation – the company immediately loses important contracts and is late with deliveries to the main customers.” “I can’t bring the company to the international level – in our country this is now impossible.” “My employees don’t know anything, we have to work with them.” What do all these cases have in common? The fact that the business owner himself acts as a stopper for the development of his own company.
Maxim is the owner of a large company with 234 employees and three large offices. He built the business himself, growing it from a small company into several workers, which were inherited. Having successfully coped with financial crises, Maxim reached a stable level of orders for existence. However, he could not say that he was satisfied with his business. On the contrary, every year he sank deeper into despair and felt driven into a dead corner. Continue reading