Next year I clock up 20 years of running my own business. If you would have told me then I would be here today, I’d be glad, but I wouldn’t believe the twists and turns I have had to take in 20 years to stay relevant and most importantly, stay open.
While they say the first five years is the toughest, anyone who knows business will agree that pretty much most years are tough. Leadership is demanding, managing people is constant, and changing market conditions always mean you have to stay ahead of the curve.
One thing I do see however, is a need for change in the way many of us communicate our strategy and purpose for our business. Post Royal Commission, the new world order will be transparency and clear lines of communication that own outcomes.
There is no changing what has been exposed, or delay the industry change that is
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