There are thousands and thousands of unbirthed billion-dollar business ideas, each just waiting for an inventor to discover it!
To find your billion-dollar idea, you have to go inside that idea. Here's one way to do it.
His simple I-Power process can change your business.
Stamford, Connecticut: Do good things, and miracles tend to happen. In this episode of the show we go inside one of the most productive businesses in the world (using the ratio, gross income to total number of employees). Where the Fortune 500 companies average under $300K per employee, in this small business it is over $1M per employee.
How can any business be so productive? You'll learn right here.
Marty Edelston, founder of Boardroom, Inc. started this company in 1971. Today they are the publisher of the world's largest subscription-based newsletter, BottomLine Personal; this business with just 78 employees will do over $80 million in sales. This is about five times the productivity rate of the Fortune 500 companies.
He believes these results come from a powerful process he calls, I-Power. Marty believes every person has an endless supply of ideas, especially ideas to improve their workplace. Every week every employee is asked to answer two questions: What can I do to improve my work area? And, what could others do that would cause my work area to improve? Simple, brilliant, easy to do, so what are we waiting for?
Marty was 47 with three children at home when he quit his job as a salesman in the publishing business. He had worked for some of the country's biggest companies and felt there was a need for a publication that ". . . helps people live their lives in this increasingly hostile world."
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Every crisis should stimulate our imaginations, creativity, and motivations.
Entrepreneurs do not wait for somebody else to do it. They just do it themselves. They take on the big challenges and are not afraid that others will think they are stupid, crazy, or simply a fool. It is so much easier to say, "That's impossible" or "That can't be done."
So what are you waiting for? Do you have that special genius?*
The energy crisis. Think about harnessing energy in new ways. Breakthroughs will come.
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