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Apart from debt and financial issues which cause the death of businesses, purposelessness, lack of focus, zeal, and desire to quit and start something new have been identified as to why seemingly successful businesses pack up. Several entrepreneurs have gone ahead to sell what they had considered at first a poster child of successful companies due to not seeing any long-term future in their business. However, companies like Google, Microsoft, and Facebook have been able to put in place long-term strategies that guided their startups into companies. In this article, you will learn how to build your startup to last even when you lose interest in the long run.
Employ Younger Talents
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Building to last requires looking at the future. Bill Gates, founder, and CEO of Microsoft aptly stated that the companies that will lead in the 21st century are those that empower the next generation. This is practically true. If you want your startup to grow on a long-term basis, you have to think of engaging the future by employing members of the younger generation. Employing members of the younger generation comes with a lot of perks such as new and fresh ideas, sharper creative power, bubbling energy, and so much more. The younger generation will naturally view the world from a different perspective and bring ideas that fit the modern realities, something which was not available when you started at first.
Redefine Your Purpose
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Little wonder, leading companies to rebrand to create excitement and a new form of direction. You can as well choose to tell a new story about your brand which can amplify the focus of your direction. Also, you can revisit your vision board and tweak it. Building a staying power for your business is all about recreating your business daily.
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