In Onward, Howard Schultz shares how he ensured Starbucks’ survival through the unprecedented difficulties seen in the 2007-2008 financial crisis. Identifying your customer’s needs and values, minimizing supply chain inefficiencies, and believing in yourself are all key to help your organization weather historic upheavals for survival in the long term.
Drawing on years of interviews with successful individuals across many fields, Ferriss gives you the tools of the titans to generate your own triumphs. These wildly successful titans are flawed people who focus on a few of their strengths while transforming their weaknesses into competitive advantages.
If a successful company fails to recognize disruptive technology in its industry, even titans can fail. With a perspective from 1997, a time bursting with disruptive technologies, this book illustrates how management and a company’s structure can harness disruptive innovation in order to survive and then to thrive.
What if losing is an intrinsic part of winning? In investing, winning is about luck and mastering failure. Before you begin trading, make sure you have an exit strategy. Surround yourself with people who disagree with you. Taking either success or failure personally is one of the roads to disaster.