Today I find myself “optinistic”, and if I were to tell you why, it’s for a couple of solid reasons I thought about…a handful of basic facts driving me to identify opportunities in the imminent crisis. Here are some…
- Business will not cease. Instead, it will become more difficult and competitive, thus creating an opportunity to sharpen that competitive edge
- Recession means a considerable drop in spending – not a total one. As such, people will spend more intelligently, creating demand for smart and valuable products and solutions
- Markets, to become more demand-oriented, will force businesses to offer products and services that are simultaneously valuable and cost-effective
- Companies that adapt to and survive the crisis will be ready for the upswing to follow and will totally prosper following the crisis
- The overall crash will make companies re-think their management and corporate governance principles. This revision should result in a better business world and environment
These facts, I’m certain, are just a glimpse of the opportunities at hand for the “optinistic”. There are always more opportunities than one can readily find. Let’s look for them.