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[ Vadim Kotelnikov ]   Created: 4/4/09   Closing date: 5/31/09

Financial Crisis Management ProgramsYes, the global financial crisis is a problem. But it we look at it as a problem only, it will remain a problem for a long time. So, let's stop focusing on the problem.

Every probelm is general, and the financial crisis in particular, brings new great opportunities for entrepreneurs and businesses. Let's discover them!

Crisis is a great change catalyst. It decreases change resistance that is high otherwise. Leaders start looking for change, followers start expecting change.

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[ Vadim Kotelnikov ] 4/4/09
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Doing More With LessMost companies underutilize greately their resources and capabilities. They can do much more with much less. The world's leading companies in America, Asia and Europe succeed because they utilize their resources and capabilities, especially human resources and people power, far better then their less successful competitors.

The financial crisis shakes up minds of business leaders. It's a great opportunity to many of them to switch to leaner organizations and processes, increase efficiency and start doing more with less.

It's Easy To Start

Such efficiency improvement methods as Quick and Easy Kaizen and Work-Out are easy to initiate. The very first experiments will produce great results.

When you master these processes and establish a continuous improvement mindset (Kaizen Mindset) in your organization, the results will be tremendous. You'll start doing much more with mich less.

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High-Growth Business Development RoadmapGot fired? Get rif of the employee mindset and start your own business, become your own boss!

As an employee, you underutilize your potential. You can do much more and feel much happier! (see inspirational case studies).

Become an Entrepreneur

It's all about your attitude. As Mark Twain put it, "If you think you can, you can. If you think you cannot, you are right."


You can become an Infopreneur and work from your home, from a resort, or from just anywhere where there is Internet. Successful infopreneurs earn much more than they had earned while they were employees. Another beauty of entrepreneurship is that practically no start-up capital is required.

The Power of Passion

This the the most important ingredient of your success. Follow you heart. If you wish to achieve great results and be happy, do what you love to do. (See what Steve Jobs says about it)

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  Vadim Kotelnikov 9 4/4/09
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I did it. I wish I've done it much earlier!
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