My daughter has been on punishment for two weeks. During these two weeks her “freedoms” have been severely restricted. However, during this time, she’s learned how to work on surveys (Using Zoomerang to do surveys for my company) and we’ve spent lots more time together—including several rounds of badminton.
What about your own company? When things go wrong in your business, or situations occur that change your normal routine, do you use these occasions to improve your business?
In my latest article on OPEN Forum I write about how to learn from technology failures, firing an employee and harsh customer reviews.
There’s so much more you can learn from – I’d love your comments below on what YOU have learned from business “failure”.
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