You might not be familiar with all the best business practices of John D. Rockefeller just yet… For most, his name alone conjures an image of an untouchable industry tycoon of yesteryear with immense wealth, fame, and business savvy.
You’re about to get his exact methods and so you can apply the raw power of his thinking...Simplified.
His practices carved history, shaped the modern business world, and continue to work like gangbusters. Right now the most effective 21st Century CEOs continue to implement his timeless strategies, and you can too.
Before he ever achieved status as oilman mogul, he was a lowly bookkeeper and only dabbled at small-time investing in Cleveland, Ohio. He was born the son of an alcoholic criminal, and was happy to earn fifty cents per day in 1855.
A devastating depression struck panic in 1857, and a young Rockefeller could have gotten scared. He could have taken the easy way, ran away, or turned to a life of crime like his father… but he remained steadfast. Unmoved, he observed what others did wrong, and received a baptism in the vicious ways of the unpredictable market.
It was his objectivity and self-discipline that allowed him to focus intensely on seeing the opportunity in every obstacle. Rockefeller's brilliance was in his ability to be resilient, adaptable, and calm while resisting impulse.
Favoring common sense resisting nervous temptations.
You don’t need to be a genius to build an empire, you simply need to know what to do.
You need a strategy that will lead any tactics you implement - a strategy that makes your vision crystal clear to anyone who sees it. A strategy that is brilliant in its simplicity and unmistakable to anyone who hears it.
Some say you need to be the quickest to market, yet that isn’t always an advantage.
In fact, slow is smooth and smooth is fast.
You don’t even need to have the biggest company – but it’s better to have 100 people doing one thing than one person doing 100 things.
In order to achieve your vision, you need two things:
You need to be able to simply state your plan and it must be unmistakable to anyone who hears it.
What does your scorecard look like and how do you keep score?
It’s easier than you think to play a bigger game, and playing small will get you nowhere.
You’ll soon have the competitive advantage... able to apply the same timeless principles Rockefeller used to expand his empire and discover the “in-plain-sight-secrets” of infallible business expansion. Industry changing influencers to this day all point back to the repeatable systems he set as elegant precedents because they work for anyone.
Where do you want your company to go?
Once you know what to look for and what questions to ask, you’ll see how countless well-known success stories have followed in Rockefeller’s exact (repeatable) footsteps.
You’ll never miss the one thing that matters when you’re under distraction...