29 Dec '12, 5pm

The Best Business Advice Was Given 80 Years Ago

The Best Business Advice Was Given 80 Years Ago By ShaneCultra - December 29, 2012 - 2 Comments My Dad has been telling me for 4o years…”the business of business is business”. Whether you sell spools of thread, trees, or domains, starting and running a business has not changed……at all. The customers, the product, and the delivery may be completely different but the principles have not changed on bit. A person that builds his/her business skills can take those skills to any environment and find success. Show me a failure in the domaining and I’ll show you a failure in basic business principles. Some of the best advice in business was given over 80 years ago by Henry Ford and apply as easily today as it did then. 1. Make the best product possible, at the lowest price possible, paying the best wages possible. Most people who are building out sites are putting out content that...

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