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Again and race

Published on 6/22/2013
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On one occasion, a race already quite traditional, four young riders, lovers of speed and risk, decided to form a team and dispute it. Would be four cars with absolutely equal chances of winning. All with the same technical efficiency and yields identical. The only thing to distinguish them would be the way that each lead your vehicle.


Started the race, the first driver shot in front. In his goal of winning, he increasingly accelerated, which would become increasingly difficult to keep the car on that winding lane. His way of guided, with torn and spectacular drifting in all curves was producing a frisson in viewers and premature wear and excessive tire until completely rudderless, left the track had to leave the competition.


The second pilot, extremely cautious and conservative, not admitted to take any kind of risk. Thus, use of brakes made with such frequency that it was producing an over-heating system, which began to fail. With the brakes in precarious conditions, was forced to slow, and eventually surpassed by all other competitors.


The third pilot, worried about the threats that represented their opponents, controlling your every move in the mirror. He was so fixed in the mirror, watching everything that was going on behind him, not realizing that a curve ahead, went off the road and got out of the race.


 
The fourth rider, much more balanced than his fellows, determined to achieve their goals, busied himself soon to plan a strategy for the race. And so, when the track conditions allowed, he made use of the accelerator, and when you were adverse conditions, he used the brakes. Never allowed to break concentration to lose sight of your goal to consult mirrors.


Initially, he was overcome by its competitors, but gradually, his strategy proved to be correct, and one by one he was beating his opponents and conquering their positions. Until finally won the race. And so bright, without presenting excessive tiredness or excessive wear of your equipment.


This brief story illustrates very well how our organizations are being conducted.


Some extremely bold in their management throw up in search results without evaluating risks and without measuring efforts. Produce a huge tear on their structure and are rarely successful.


Other extremely cautious, they are often surprised by the competitive market, being invariably overcome by the competition.


Others still, without a clear vision of where they want to reach, are guided only by numbers from previous years or by the movements of competition. Are literally set in the rearview mirror and usually take the wrong direction.


There are, however, those that establish strategies aimed at your goals, which constantly evaluate the market conditions. They are bold or conservative as occasion. Companies that know where to come. Who perceive opportunities and monitor threats.


These are usually the winners.
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