7 Proven Principles of Business Success

Author Adidas Wilson
6 min readNov 1, 2020

The 7 Proven Principles to Business Success will overcome whatever limitation you have. Think of it as a recipe for success in business. All you must do is first learn what the 7 principles are, and then apply them, in order. When you follow this recipe all your challenges will fade away.

Why do you own a business? Isn’t it because you want a LIFESTYLE? You did not intend to work long hours, be stressed, have little time off and be hassled with staff and customers, did you?

Isn’t it time you made some changes for the better? After all, if you want to change some things in your life, you must change some things in your life. If you are ready for a change here is the magic recipe you need to follow…

Principle 1: Work on yourself to understand people.

Business is all about people isn’t it? You have them as customers, you employ them, but few people have realized the absolute key to success is understanding people at a much, much higher level. Your sales and marketing skills are determined by what you know about people. Your leadership skills with your staff to get them to perform as well as you do is determined by your knowledge on people.

So, what is the best way to learn about other people? Easy, learn about yourself! You are a people and the more you learn about yourself the more you automatically learn about other people.

Principle 2: Learn business success principles.

There are so many principles to business success, but I will emphasize just a few. One is, you are in business to make a profit, not just turnover. Turnover is a job, whereas profit gives you a LIFESTYLE. Your aim should be to increase your net profit percentage of turnover, as this allows you to grow and pay yourself whatever you desire.

Net Profit percentage comes from improving everything you do, not just doing more of what you already do. How you answer the phone, how you greet people face to face, how you write your ads, improving your communication and leadership with your staff. All of these are areas to improve.

Another principle of business success is cash flow. Cash flow means having the cash in your bank account that should be in your bank account. If customers cost you money…

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Author Adidas Wilson

Adidas Wilson was born in Chicago, surviving a near death experience driving off a bridge in an 18 wheeler and getting hit by a train. Author and Motivator