Some Practical Advice on Management

Howard Mitchell of the Mitchell Communications Group

- concentrate on things you know and things that you are good at

- don't try to do things you cannot do

- start at the bottom

- don't be in a big hurry

- be a good listener

- don't get into battles you cannot win

- beware way of people with big egos

- don't expose yourself financially

- make plans, short and long-term

- be a team player

- be able to make quick decisions

- work twice as hard as your staff and competitors

- create a difference and therefore an advantage

- have a settled private life

- let little things become big things

- say thank you

- if you fail, don't give up

- don't let money run your life

- move on when you've done your job

(source Harold Mitchell, 1010)


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