Creating Value through Excellence in Financial Management (exinfm)
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Approximately 90% of businesses in the United States attempt to create value based solely on their respective trade or profession. There are numerous examples: A great Engineer who runs an engineering company or someone with expertise in beverages running a beverage distribution company or a highly skilled construction manager running a regional home building business. This operational approach to running a business is narrowly focused, failing to recognize what is important for maximizing the value of the business.
Instead you must manage your business as a Value Architect. This "Value Architect" approach provides a different framework which is much more strategically focused:
The good news is that creating value as a Value Architect is not a long-term evolutionary process, but more about mentoring someone to think differently. And only about 10% of all business owners think like Value Architects.
Some examples include less tactical thinking and more strategic thinking (White Paper) and the use of aggregation to establish toehold positions in the global marketplace (White Paper). All of this is supported through a network called Midas Nation. Click Here to learn how Midas Nation works.