Archive for November, 2010

29
Nov
10

Allow Business Basics to Work for You

Consider the pre-construction of a building. The potential exists for an infinite number of blueprints setting forth the specifications for an infinite variety of buildings.

Beginning with the intended use of a building (be it a conservative home or landmark skyscraper), blueprints are carefully drafted to ensure that the completed structure is in alignment with the original vision and intention.

While designing to meet any specific use or aesthetic desires, an architect makes certain that each set of plans embodies and conforms to a relatively much smaller set of engineering principles. Principles from which there must be no deviation. Principles having to do with ropes & cables, sticks & stones, shape & strength; which in turn form the basics of a sustainable structure.

Similarly, business blueprints must also embody and conform to a small set of principles. Principles having to do with products & safety, accounting & taxes, quality & efficiency; which in turn form the basics of a sustainable business.

As a firm foundation upon which to rest, adherence to the basics allows for creativity, flow, sustainability, and infinite possibility.

Basics form a bedrock of support.  Allow them to work for you.

Image of “Metatron, Allow”
Acrylic and gold gesso on canvas, 5 x 5′
© 2010 James F. Jereb
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08
Nov
10

Deliver Profound Mutual Benefit

Learning how to be in love first with yourself and then with your customers, allows you to consistently view from the heart and unconditionally give.

An unconditional way of doing business is the opposite of a conditional or depending way. Conditional business is a usual way to do business –I give you this, you give me that –because you need me, you depend on me, and I need you, so I depend on you.

Unconditionally buying yourself first reminds you that the truth is you need nothing else but yourself. If you need nothing other than yourself, this is true of your customers as well. This means that nothing other than profound mutual benefit is worth offering.

In the space of unconditionality, both you and your customers expand. As you relate to your customers unconditionally, you will always be looking for the extraordinary in the the ordinary; allowing you to access and develop your own extraordinariness and deliver profoundly.

The more you are motivated by love, the more fearless and free your actions will be ~Dalai Lama

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