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Business Competition Sayings By Shawn Casemore: If you know what your customers want, the other aspect to know is what are If you know what your customers want, the other aspect to know is what are your competitors doing? — Shawn Casemore
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Business Competition Sayings By Steven Fies: Brainstorm your big idea(s). (2 hrs) Identify your product, customer, competition, and sales/marketing strategy. (2 Brainstorm your big idea(s). (2 hrs) Identify your product, customer, competition, and sales/marketing strategy. (2 hrs) Identify your plan for operations, management, capitalization, and finances. (4 hrs) Create a life plan. (4 hrs) Validate your business idea. (8 hrs) Type up your finished business plan. (4 hrs) Execute and follow through on your plan. — Steven Fies
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Business Competition Sayings By T Jay Taylor: Our customers are not our competitors. We compete for them, not with them. Our customers are not our competitors. We compete for them, not with them. — T Jay Taylor
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Business Competition Sayings By Jay Samit: To thrive, all businesses must focus on the art of self-disruption. Rather than wait for To thrive, all businesses must focus on the art of self-disruption. Rather than wait for the competition to steal your business, every founder and employee needs to be willing to cannibalize their existing revenue streams in order to create new ones. All disruption starts with introspection. — Jay Samit
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Business Competition Sayings By Mark Cuban: The sport of business is the ultimate competition. It's 7 x 24 x 365 x The sport of business is the ultimate competition. It's 7 x 24 x 365 x forever. — Mark Cuban
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Business Competition Sayings By Ernest Agyemang Yeboah: the prudent business mind must not only think of competing with the prevailing giants in the prudent business mind must not only think of competing with the prevailing giants in the market but must also not be oblivious of the latent deft of the masses who are yet to dare — Ernest Agyemang Yeboah
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Business Competition Sayings By Tim Brown: Most business processes are about making choices from a set of existing alternatives. Clearly, if Most business processes are about making choices from a set of existing alternatives. Clearly, if all your competition is doing the same, then differentiation is tough. In order to innovate, we have to have new alternatives and new solutions to problems, and that is what design can do. — Tim Brown
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Business Competition Sayings By Henry Silverman: I'm on the Business Roundtable, the CEOs of the largest 100-odd companies in the country. I'm on the Business Roundtable, the CEOs of the largest 100-odd companies in the country. Most of these people wanted very much to be the CEO of a large public company but realize that it's not exactly what they had anticipated, for lots of reasons. One is competition has gotten a lot worse, and more global. — Henry Silverman
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Business Competition Sayings By Charlie Munger: In the LBO field there is a buried "covariance" with marketable equities, toward disaster in In the LBO field there is a buried "covariance" with marketable equities, toward disaster in generally bad business conditions, and competition is now extremely intense. — Charlie Munger
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Business Competition Sayings By Andrew Carnegie: And while the law of competition may be sometimes hard for the individual, it is And while the law of competition may be sometimes hard for the individual, it is best for the race, because it ensures the survival of the fittest in every department. — Andrew Carnegie
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Business Competition Sayings By Robert Reich: In the early 1970s, Milton Friedman argued that corporations should not be socially responsible because In the early 1970s, Milton Friedman argued that corporations should not be socially responsible because they had no mandate to be; they existed to make money, not to be charitable institutions. But in the economy of the 21st century, corporations cannot be socially responsible, if social responsibility is understood to mean sacrificing profits for the sake of some perceived social good. That's because competition has become so much more intense. — Robert Reich
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Business Competition Sayings By Ehab Atalla: The simplest way to learn business is to study your competition and improve what they The simplest way to learn business is to study your competition and improve what they are offering. — Ehab Atalla
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Business Competition Sayings By Ludwig Von Mises: Although Herbert Hoover in many ways prefigured him, it was Franklin D. Roosevelt who first Although Herbert Hoover in many ways prefigured him, it was Franklin D. Roosevelt who first tried to create an explicit corporate state in America with his National Recovery Administration (NRA). With its fascist-style Blue Eagle emblem, the NRA coordinated big business and labor in a central plan, and outlawed competition. The NRA even employed vigilante groups to spy on smaller businesses and report if they violated the plan. Just as in Mussolini's Italy, the beneficiaries of the U.S. corporate state were - in addition to the government itself - established economic interest groups. NRA cheerleaders included the National Association of Manufacturers, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the American Bar Association, the United Mine Workers, the Amalgamated Clothing Workers, and - above all - Gerard Swope of General Electric, who helped draft the NRA act. Only — Ludwig Von Mises
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Business Competition Sayings By George H. W. Bush: American business can out-think, out-work, out-perform any nation in the world. But we can't beat American business can out-think, out-work, out-perform any nation in the world. But we can't beat the competition if we don't get in the ball game. — George H. W. Bush
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Business Competition Sayings By Elon Musk: Automotive franchise laws were put in place decades ago to prevent a manufacturer from unfairly Automotive franchise laws were put in place decades ago to prevent a manufacturer from unfairly opening stores in direct competition with an existing franchise dealer that had already invested time, money and effort to open and promote their business. — Elon Musk
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Business Competition Sayings By Diana Valerio: Lesson learned - in doing business, do not COMPETE but be COMPETITIVE. Lesson learned - in doing business, do not COMPETE but be COMPETITIVE. — Diana Valerio
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Business Competition Sayings By Herbert Hoover: I am firmly opposed to the government entering into any business the major purpose of I am firmly opposed to the government entering into any business the major purpose of which is competition with our citizens ... for the Federal Government deliberately to go out to build up and expand ... a power and manufacturing business is to break down the initiative and enterprise of the American people; it is the destruction of equality of opportunity amongst our people, it is the negation of the ideals upon which our civilization has been based. — Herbert Hoover
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Business Competition Sayings By Michael F. Bruyn: Those who can create, will create. Those who cannot create, will compete. Those who can create, will create. Those who cannot create, will compete. — Michael F. Bruyn
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Business Competition Sayings By Elizabeth Camden: Why did the two of you fight so much?" "We fought plenty, but I always Why did the two of you fight so much?" "We fought plenty, but I always respected him." "But why all the arguing? The nitpicking? It always seemed strange to me." It would. He smiled and turned his face to the sky. For all her practical, level-headed business sense, Mollie didn't understand much about men. "Sometimes men just like to argue," he said simply. "We like the competition. We sniff out the opposition, measure it up, challenge it. Frank never backed down. Even though he was blind, Frank was still a man, and when I came on the scene, I think he immediately sensed my interest in you. Long before you ever did. — Elizabeth Camden
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Business Competition Sayings By Steven Pinker: There's a misconception that survival of the fittest means survival of the most aggressive. The There's a misconception that survival of the fittest means survival of the most aggressive. The adjective 'Darwinian' used to refer to ruthless competition; you used to read that in business journals. But that's not what Darwinian means to a biologist; it's whatever leads to reproductive success. — Steven Pinker
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Business Competition Sayings By Wendy Starland: Everyone faces challenges from the fierce competition as well as the manipulative crooks that are Everyone faces challenges from the fierce competition as well as the manipulative crooks that are rampant throughout the music business. — Wendy Starland
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Business Competition Sayings By Billy Joel: Most people you'd tell "I'm gonna be a musician," they'd say, "you're crazy, you're gonna Most people you'd tell "I'm gonna be a musician," they'd say, "you're crazy, you're gonna starve, you're gonna be poor, a drug addict, go to jail, you'll never make it, there's too much competition, it's a terrible business," etc. But my chorus teacher in high school said, "you've got what it takes to be a really good professional musician, you should consider it." That was an epiphany for me. So I thought, well, maybe I can help somebody, too. — Billy Joel
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Business Competition Sayings By Jack Levin: I think healthy competition is good for business, and really at the end best for I think healthy competition is good for business, and really at the end best for end-users. Just think about what Android would have been if it was not for iPhone - a better blackberry? — Jack Levin
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Business Competition Sayings By Susan Cain: Men regarded ability in speaking as a peculiar gift, needed only by the lawyer, clergyman, Men regarded ability in speaking as a peculiar gift, needed only by the lawyer, clergyman, or statesman. Today we have come to realize that it is the indispensable weapon of those who would forge ahead in the keen competition of business. — Susan Cain
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Business Competition Sayings By Michael S. Malone: Fairchild Parent rewarded Fairchild Child's success the way all East Coast companies of the era Fairchild Parent rewarded Fairchild Child's success the way all East Coast companies of the era did: it kept a sizable chunk of the profits to fund other company operations, and it promoted the people at the top of the division to a fancier position and a better salary for a job well done. Back in New Jersey, it didn't cross anyone's mind that this was exactly the wrong response to an egalitarian company that shared both risk and reward among all of its employees, whose executives had moved to California precisely to get away from the Old World of business, and which needed to plow most of its profits back into product development to stay ahead of the competition in a fast-moving take-no-prisoners industry. — Michael S. Malone
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Business Competition Sayings By Max Lerner: The Seven Deadly Sins of the Press: - Concentrated Power of the Big Press. - The Seven Deadly Sins of the Press: - Concentrated Power of the Big Press. - Passing of competition and the coming of monopoly. - Governmental control of the press. - Timidity, especially in the face of group and corporate pressures. - Big Business mentality. - Clannishness among the newspaper publishers that has prevented them from criticizing each other. - Social blindness. — Max Lerner
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Business Competition Sayings By Seth Godin: Treasure what it means to do a day's work. It's our one and only chance Treasure what it means to do a day's work. It's our one and only chance to do something productive today, and it's certainly not available to someone merely because he is the high bidder. A day's work is your chance to do art, to create a gift, to do something that matters. As your work gets better and your art becomes more important, competition for your gifts will increase and you'll discover that you can be choosier about whom you give them to. — Seth Godin
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Business Competition Sayings By Peter Lynch: In business, competition is never as healthy as total domination. In business, competition is never as healthy as total domination. — Peter Lynch
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Business Competition Sayings By Suzy Kassem: Today's partners can be your competitors tomorrow. And today's competitors can be your partners tomorrow. Today's partners can be your competitors tomorrow. And today's competitors can be your partners tomorrow. — Suzy Kassem
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Business Competition Sayings By Bill Gates: Think of business as a good game. Lots of competition and a minimum of rules. Think of business as a good game. Lots of competition and a minimum of rules. You keep score with money. — Bill Gates
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Business Competition Sayings By John Sulston: In science, as in business, there must be structures that ensure the well endowed do In science, as in business, there must be structures that ensure the well endowed do not use their position to block competition. — John Sulston
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Business Competition Sayings By George W. Stocking: It is clear that both at home and abroad producers have been unwilling to trust It is clear that both at home and abroad producers have been unwilling to trust their fortunes entirely to the unrestricted play of competition. Both in world and domestic markets businessmen have sought security by substituting collective controls for the free play of market forces. — George W. Stocking
Business Competition Sayings By Andrew Carnegie: While the law [of competition] may be sometimes hard for the individual, it is best While the law [of competition] may be sometimes hard for the individual, it is best for the race, because it insures the survival of the fittest in every department. We accept and welcome, therefore, as conditions to which we must accommodate ourselves, great inequality of environment, the concentration of business, industrial and commercial, in the hands of a few, and the law of competition between these, as being not only beneficial, but essential for the future progress of the race. — Andrew Carnegie
Business Competition Sayings By Henry Ford: Competition is the keen cutting edge of business, always shaving away at costs. Competition is the keen cutting edge of business, always shaving away at costs. — Henry Ford
Business Competition Sayings By Cameron Johnson: The business plan should address: "How will I get customers? How will I market the The business plan should address: "How will I get customers? How will I market the product or service? Who will I target?" The principles of a business plan are pretty much the same. But after page one to two, everything is unpredictable, because costs or competition will change and you don't know how things will be received by the market. You have to be able to continually adapt. Companies that fail to adapt will die. Others are brilliant at adapting. — Cameron Johnson
Business Competition Sayings By Mark Cuban: Make your product easier to buy than your competition, or you will find your customers Make your product easier to buy than your competition, or you will find your customers buying from them, not you. — Mark Cuban
Business Competition Sayings By Keeth Smart: Being properly prepared is one of the biggest assets in business and in athletic competition. Being properly prepared is one of the biggest assets in business and in athletic competition. — Keeth Smart
Business Competition Sayings By George W. Stocking: either on a competitive or a cartel basis. either on a competitive or a cartel basis. — George W. Stocking
Business Competition Sayings By Harvey MacKay: Anyone who has been in business can tell war stories about the bumps in the Anyone who has been in business can tell war stories about the bumps in the road. But if they've outlasted the competition, ask for their stories about survival. They've figured out how to turn disappointments into opportunities. — Harvey MacKay
Business Competition Sayings By William Schreyer: The fact of the matter is that I've enjoyed the competition in life and the The fact of the matter is that I've enjoyed the competition in life and the business of life; I've enjoyed all that goes with it. — William Schreyer
Business Competition Sayings By Siddharth Joshi: The best way to kill competition is to partner it The best way to kill competition is to partner it — Siddharth Joshi
Business Competition Sayings By Sam Donaldson: Some days the competition would beat me and I'd go home thinking awful thoughts, want Some days the competition would beat me and I'd go home thinking awful thoughts, want to hide under the bed, depressed. But of course, in the news business, when you're working a daily news broadcast, you get your victories and defeats every day. — Sam Donaldson
Business Competition Sayings By John Kay: In war, resources lead to success: in business, success leads to resources. This is a In war, resources lead to success: in business, success leads to resources. This is a fundamental difference between the processes of war and competition. — John Kay
Business Competition Sayings By Michael Lewis: One of the reasons Wall Street had cooked up this new industry called structured finance One of the reasons Wall Street had cooked up this new industry called structured finance was that its old-fashioned business was every day less profitable. The profits in stockbroking, along with those in the more conventional sorts of bond broking, had been squashed by Internet competition. — Michael Lewis
Business Competition Sayings By Warren Farrell: If women really earned fifty-nine cents to the dollar for the same work as men, If women really earned fifty-nine cents to the dollar for the same work as men, what business could compete effectively by hiring men at any level? — Warren Farrell
Business Competition Sayings By Dolly Parton: If I'd married someone in show business, there'd be too much competition. If I'd married someone in show business, there'd be too much competition. — Dolly Parton
Business Competition Sayings By Thomas J. Harbin: today's heavy emphasis on competition and humiliation of your "opponent" (whether in sports, business, or today's heavy emphasis on competition and humiliation of your "opponent" (whether in sports, business, or family), our culture sets men up for anger and unhappiness. — Thomas J. Harbin
Business Competition Sayings By Diane Nelson: There is a healthy competition as there would be in any business. But we do There is a healthy competition as there would be in any business. But we do not spend our days thinking about what Marvel is doing. — Diane Nelson
Business Competition Sayings By Tom Peters: Steve Jobs is perhaps the most competitive human being I have ever met in my Steve Jobs is perhaps the most competitive human being I have ever met in my life, and yet I would argue one of the most artistic human beings I have ever met in my life. You can trash the movies all you want, but they do have an artistic component. And yet brutal competition knows no peers when it comes to Hollywood. — Tom Peters
Business Competition Sayings By Simon Cowell: I don't mind competition at all. I mean, the record business is the most competitive I don't mind competition at all. I mean, the record business is the most competitive business in the world, probably. So I'm used to that. In a weird way, it kind of makes you work harder. — Simon Cowell
Business Competition Sayings By Francis Ray: Payton "Sin" Sinclair was an unapologetic people-watcher. As a sports consultant, working with some of Payton "Sin" Sinclair was an unapologetic people-watcher. As a sports consultant, working with some of the biggest and most recognizable athletes in sports and business, he had to be able to read the smallest nuances of others. That ability was just one of the unique attributes that set him apart from the competition and made him the go-to person when corporations wanted to align themselves with the top professional athletes in the country. — Francis Ray
Business Competition Sayings By Charles Duhigg: Companies aren't families. They're battlefields in a civil war. Companies aren't families. They're battlefields in a civil war. — Charles Duhigg
Business Competition Sayings By Michael Porter: As a multisport athlete, I was always fascinated with competition and how to win. At As a multisport athlete, I was always fascinated with competition and how to win. At HBS and later at the Harvard Department of Economics, I was drawn to the field of competition and strategy because it tackles perhaps the most basic question in both business management and industrial economics: What determines corporate performance? — Michael Porter
Business Competition Sayings By Jason Mattera: Let's define a Crapitalist: A well-connected friend of the powers that be who scores big Let's define a Crapitalist: A well-connected friend of the powers that be who scores big bucks at taxpayer expense. From bagging millions in tax dollars for phony "green energy" companies that go bust, to vacuuming public coffers to build glitzy sports stadiums, to utilizing little-known tax credit loopholes to loot $1.5 billion a year for Hollywood movies - Crapitalists know how to use every trick to enrich themselves at taxpayer expense. Rather than playing and winning in the rough-and-tumble world of business competition, Crapitalists use government to rig the game in their favor and leave you and me - the taxpayers - holding the bill. These corporate sissies know their ideas suck, so they try to stack the deck to privatize their profits and socialize their losses.
And there's the rub: crony capitalism is socialism's Trojan horse. — Jason Mattera
Business Competition Sayings By Benjamin Tucker: It is not competition, but monopoly, that deprives labor of its product. Destroy the banking It is not competition, but monopoly, that deprives labor of its product. Destroy the banking monopoly, establish freedom in finance, and down will go interest on money through the beneficent influence of competition. Capital will be set free, business will flourish, new enterprises will start, labor will be in demand, and gradually the wages of labor will rise to a level with its product. — Benjamin Tucker
Business Competition Sayings By William McKinley: Without competition we would be clinging to the clumsy antiquated processes of farming and manufacture Without competition we would be clinging to the clumsy antiquated processes of farming and manufacture and the methods of business of long ago, and the twentieth would be no further advanced than the eighteenth century. — William McKinley
Business Competition Sayings By Ronald Reagan: Extreme taxation, excessive controls, oppressive government competition with business, frustrated minorities and forgotten Americans are Extreme taxation, excessive controls, oppressive government competition with business, frustrated minorities and forgotten Americans are not the products of free enterprise. They are the residue of centralized bureaucracy, of government by a self-anointed elite. — Ronald Reagan
Business Competition Sayings By Anonymous: Digital analytics is the analysis of qualitative and quantitative data from your business and the Digital analytics is the analysis of qualitative and quantitative data from your business and the competition to drive a continual improvement of the online experience that your customers and potential customers have which translates to your desired outcomes (both online and offline). — Anonymous
Business Competition Sayings By Ilana Mercer: Antitrust laws ought to be deployed, not against business, but to bust this two-party monopoly, Antitrust laws ought to be deployed, not against business, but to bust this two-party monopoly, which subverts competition in government and rewards the colluding quislings with sinecures in perpetuity. — Ilana Mercer
Business Competition Sayings By Franklin D. Roosevelt: Beware of that profound enemy of the free enterprise system who pays lip-service to free Beware of that profound enemy of the free enterprise system who pays lip-service to free competition, but also labels every antitrust prosecution as a persecution. — Franklin D. Roosevelt
Business Competition Sayings By Jeremy Rifkin: Economic activity is no longer an adversarial contest between embattled sellers and buyers "In the Economic activity is no longer an adversarial contest between embattled sellers and buyers "In the distributed economy, where collaboration trumps competition, inclusivity replaces exclusivity and transparency and openness to others becomes essential to the new way of conducting business, empathic sensibility has room to breathe and thrive. It is no longer so constrained by hierarchies, boundaries of exclusion, and a concept of human nature that places acquisitiveness, self-interest, and utility at the center of the human experience." — Jeremy Rifkin
Business Competition Sayings By Bangambiki Habyarimana: In business, politics and in life in general competition means the survival of the fittest In business, politics and in life in general competition means the survival of the fittest — Bangambiki Habyarimana
Business Competition Sayings By Barbara Corcoran: The biggest challenge in business is not the competition, it's what goes on inside your The biggest challenge in business is not the competition, it's what goes on inside your own head — Barbara Corcoran
Business Competition Sayings By Sri Sri Ravi Shankar: The positive aspect of competition in a business scenario is it helps you to be The positive aspect of competition in a business scenario is it helps you to be more alert and innovative. — Sri Sri Ravi Shankar
Business Competition Sayings By John Treasure: Advertising and the free society are closely connected. Advertising helps to make a free society Advertising and the free society are closely connected. Advertising helps to make a free society remain so by increasing competition, and by helping to maintain the freedom of the mass media themselves. The free society is one where advertising and advertising agencies are likely to be in considerable demand, though it is true that even in a totally centralist society there would still be a need for organisations and people to have access to mass communication media. — John Treasure
Business Competition Sayings By Dave Harvey: What motivates Olympic athletes to train for years for one event - in some cases, What motivates Olympic athletes to train for years for one event - in some cases, for just seconds of actual competition? It's the same thing that kept my friend Pete nosing around old bookstores for years. It's the same thing that makes a person venture out of a comfortable job to start a new business. We see it in the artist who spends day after day in a studio chipping away at a block of stone. Look closely and you'll find it in the shopper who passes up the good deal in search of the best deal. It's one of the things that makes us most human. We consciously pursue what we value. It's not simply a matter of being driven by biology or genetics or environmental conditioning to satisfy instinctive cravings. Rather, we perceive something, prize it at a certain value, then pursue it according to that assigned value because we were created that way. This ability to perceive, prize, and pursue is part of our essential humanness, and it's the essence of ambition. — Dave Harvey
Business Competition Sayings By William Manchee: Many small businesses are doomed from day one, not from competition or the economy, but Many small businesses are doomed from day one, not from competition or the economy, but from the ignorance of their owners ... their destiny is already decided because they have no idea how a business should be operated. — William Manchee
Business Competition Sayings By Tom Peters: The thing that keeps a business ahead of the competition is excellence in execution. The thing that keeps a business ahead of the competition is excellence in execution. — Tom Peters
Business Competition Sayings By Nabil N. Jamal: Competition in business is a blessing, for without it, we wouldn't be motivated to improve. Competition in business is a blessing, for without it, we wouldn't be motivated to improve. — Nabil N. Jamal
Business Competition Sayings By Walter Isaacson: Throughout his career, Jobs liked to see himself as an enlightened rebel pitted against evil Throughout his career, Jobs liked to see himself as an enlightened rebel pitted against evil empires, a Jedi warrior or Buddhist samurai fighting the forces of darkness. IBM was his perfect foil. He cleverly cast the upcoming battle not as a mere business competition, — Walter Isaacson
Business Competition Sayings By Ben Tolosa: We can be competitive and aim to destroy our opponent or competition, but we can We can be competitive and aim to destroy our opponent or competition, but we can still respect our rivals and even be friends. — Ben Tolosa
Business Competition Sayings By Whitney Johnson: At a career peak, there is certainly the specter of competition from below, but just At a career peak, there is certainly the specter of competition from below, but just as importantly, there's the risk that if we aren't on a curve that satisfies us emotionally, we may be the cause of our own undoing. — Whitney Johnson
Business Competition Sayings By John Stossel: I saw how the regulation I called for made things worse, didn't help consumers and I saw how the regulation I called for made things worse, didn't help consumers and simple competition was better. And I started praising business and occasionally criticizing regulation. — John Stossel
Business Competition Sayings By Malcolm X: Anytime you find someone more successful than you are, especially when you're both engaged in Anytime you find someone more successful than you are, especially when you're both engaged in the same business - you know they're doing something that you aren't. — Malcolm X
Business Competition Sayings By Ayn Rand: Under the antitrust laws, a man becomes a criminal from the moment he goes into Under the antitrust laws, a man becomes a criminal from the moment he goes into business, no matter what he does. If he complies with one of these laws, he faces criminal prosecution under several others. For instance, if he charges prices which some bureaucrats judge as too high, he can be prosecuted for monopoly or for a successful 'intent to monopolize'; if he charges prices lower than those of his competitors, he can be prosecuted for 'unfair competition' or 'restraint of trade'; and if he charges the same prices as his competitors, he can be prosecuted for 'collusion' or 'conspiracy.' — Ayn Rand
Business Competition Sayings By Charles Koch: Most companies want free enterprise in general because that produces better goods and services and Most companies want free enterprise in general because that produces better goods and services and makes people's lives better, but they don't want it in their business. They want protection from competition, they want subsidies, they want the government to pick winners and losers, and they want to be picked as winners, and that's what we're opposing, and that's what drives my whole efforts in policy, and in the political arena. — Charles Koch
Business Competition Sayings By Bernard Kelvin Clive: Competing on price is what leaves most startup brands bankrupt Competing on price is what leaves most startup brands bankrupt — Bernard Kelvin Clive
Business Competition Sayings By Klaus Schwab: Technological change is never an isolated phenomenon. This revolution takes place inside a complex ecosystem Technological change is never an isolated phenomenon. This revolution takes place inside a complex ecosystem which comprises business, governmental and societal dimensions. To make a country fit for the new type of innovation-driven competition, the whole ecosystem has to be considered. — Klaus Schwab
Business Competition Sayings By Charles Koch: The easy way to make money is to get special political privilege. From the beginning The easy way to make money is to get special political privilege. From the beginning of time, business has cozied up to government and gotten restrictions on competition and subsidies and stuff. — Charles Koch
Business Competition Sayings By Mike Mann: nothing can be perfect; nobody has perfect luck and skills, nor could they have studied nothing can be perfect; nobody has perfect luck and skills, nor could they have studied and worked every day of their lives. In the business world, this truly leaves a field open for competition in almost any market space, and leaves you with years of time to study, practice and build. This can make up for any luck or genetic advantage that you may think you are missing. As long as you choose to build your self-confidence proactively, you can compete in business and in life irrespective of the past. — Mike Mann
Business Competition Sayings By T Bone Burnett: Everything around a writer, or musician in the record business, probably everything in all the Everything around a writer, or musician in the record business, probably everything in all the United States or in all of western civilization, is about competition. — T Bone Burnett
Business Competition Sayings By Victor Pinchuk: Ukrainian business must really embrace global competition. We need to understand that competition for resources Ukrainian business must really embrace global competition. We need to understand that competition for resources and clients is not with competitors from across the street or from another city, but with millions of businesses around the world. — Victor Pinchuk
Business Competition Sayings By Sidney Sheldon: Business is a game, played for fantastic stakes, and you're in competition with experts. If Business is a game, played for fantastic stakes, and you're in competition with experts. If you want to win, you have to learn to be a master of the game. — Sidney Sheldon
Business Competition Sayings By Bob Davids: Every time I started a business and the people told me I was an idiot, Every time I started a business and the people told me I was an idiot, I ended up making a lot of money. Si Redd used to say me, "Boy, you gotta be where they ain't." What that means is that you find areas of low competition because high competition means lower margins, and lower margins mean less profit. So we were always looking for places where we can be unique. If the thinking is out-of-the-box, people may not understand because they have not seen it before ... Therefore you are an idiot. — Bob Davids
Business Competition Sayings By Liza Featherstone: The problem with Wal-Mart is that it's a business model premised on offering the customer The problem with Wal-Mart is that it's a business model premised on offering the customer low prices at any cost - any cost to society, any cost to workers. They've got a lot of competition and have influenced people to follow their model through simply providing a model that is so successful at making profits. — Liza Featherstone
Business Competition Sayings By Anonymous: art of hand-to-hand fighting in which the weight and efforts of the opponent are used art of hand-to-hand fighting in which the weight and efforts of the opponent are used to bring about his defeat," judo strategy exploits "techniques [that] are generally intended to turn an opponent's force to one's own advantage rather than to oppose it directly."1 In the world of business, we use the term "judo strategy" to describe a particular way of competing. A judo approach to competition emphasizes the use of movement and flexibility to — Anonymous
Business Competition Sayings By Alice Foote MacDougall: Competition is. In every business, no matter how small or how large, someone is just Competition is. In every business, no matter how small or how large, someone is just around the corner forever trying to steal your ideas and build his success out of your imagination, struggling after that which you have toiled endless years to secure, striving to outdo you in each and every way. If such a competitor would work as hard to originate as he does to copy, he would much more quickly gain success. — Alice Foote MacDougall
Business Competition Sayings By George W. Stocking: The [Dow-Alcoa and Alcoa-IG] negotiations [of 1929] reveal strikingly the technique of cartel diplomacy - The [Dow-Alcoa and Alcoa-IG] negotiations [of 1929] reveal strikingly the technique of cartel diplomacy - the steady application of "pressure" and the resort alternatively to challenges and blandishments. The similarity to power politics in which trial by battle is a last resort is marked. The procedure discloses the vast gulf between big business in practice and the patterns of behavior assumed in a regime of free competition. It shows how the conference table superseded the market as the arena for decision making. — George W. Stocking
Business Competition Sayings By Don Yaeger: Tony La Russa is considered among the best in his business. Yet nearly half the Tony La Russa is considered among the best in his business. Yet nearly half the time he led his organizations into competition, they were defeated - 2,728 wins, 2,365 losses. — Don Yaeger
Business Competition Sayings By Andrew Mason: In the arts they call it plagiarism, in business they call it competition. In the arts they call it plagiarism, in business they call it competition. — Andrew Mason
Business Competition Sayings By Michael P. Naughton: Your reciept is your library card. On what killed the brick and mortar bookstores. Your reciept is your library card.
On what killed the brick and mortar bookstores. — Michael P. Naughton
Business Competition Sayings By Tom Sutton: The acceleration of the marketing process, the concentrating of manufacturing, greater diversification, increased international competition, The acceleration of the marketing process, the concentrating of manufacturing, greater diversification, increased international competition, have in turn speeded up product improvements, product innovations and new product introductions. The stakes are high, the failures costly. — Tom Sutton
Business Competition Sayings By James Sinegal: There was a proposal in California that would keep out Wal-Mart but allow Costco. You There was a proposal in California that would keep out Wal-Mart but allow Costco. You opposed it. Are you nuts? That's true: I always oppose these kinds of things. Competition makes us better. Some of our best stores have a Sam's Club next door. — James Sinegal
Business Competition Sayings By Evan Esar: The reason why men who mind their own business succeed is that they have so The reason why men who mind their own business succeed is that they have so little competition. — Evan Esar
Business Competition Sayings By Walter Isaacson: Once a year Jobs took his most valuable employees on a retreat, which he called Once a year Jobs took his most valuable employees on a retreat, which he called " The Top 100." They were picked based on a simple guideline: the people you would bring if you could take only a hundred people with you on a lifeboat to your next company. At the end of each retreat, Jobs would stand in front of the whiteboard( he loved whiteboards because they gave him complete control of a situation and they engendered focus) and ask, " What are ten things we should be doing next?" People would fight to their suggestions on the list. Jobs would write them down, and then cross off the ones he decreed dumb. After much jockeying, the group would come up with a list of ten.Then Jobs would slash the bottom seven and announce, " We can only do three. — Walter Isaacson
Business Competition Sayings By Richard Branson: Focus on your business strengths and keep its weaknesses away from the competition or public. Focus on your business strengths and keep its weaknesses away from the competition or public. — Richard Branson
Business Competition Sayings By Ed Mayo: It's not competition and greed that makes the world go around, it's cooperating and caring It's not competition and greed that makes the world go around, it's cooperating and caring — Ed Mayo
Business Competition Sayings By Emi Iyalla: Skills make dreams happen. They build economies. They make people rich and famous. In today's Skills make dreams happen. They build economies. They make people rich and famous. In today's world, the demands for skills are staggering. Government, business and individuals have too much to achieve, their goals are huge. They are constantly, and I do mean constantly, looking for people with the right skills. People that can get the job done. — Emi Iyalla
Business Competition Sayings By Joe Bastianich: It's one thing to execute dishes on your own time for family and friends, but It's one thing to execute dishes on your own time for family and friends, but quite another to perform and be judged in a competition. And that's what cooking in a high profile restaurant is. It's a competition. You're up against every other three-star restaurant in your city, and if you want to stay in business, you'd better deliver. — Joe Bastianich
Business Competition Sayings By Willie Randolph: I view it as a real competition. We're in a business where, you know what, I view it as a real competition. We're in a business where, you know what, there's no babies here. You go out, win the job and take it. I've been told by management, for the most part, that we're going to play the best people. Obviously, you've got to consider stuff like contracts - that's a reality of the game. But still, when it gets down to it, we're going to try and pick the guy that deserves to win the job. — Willie Randolph