1. Some of the Most Memorable Business Advice... Joyce Lewis-Andrews 2011
2. Some of the Most Memorable Business Advice... ...I Received Before My 10 th Birthday Joyce Lewis-Andrews 2011
3. A short, succinct and simple saying expressing a truth or a value based on common sense or practicality in a metaphorical form. Many grandparents dispense sage advice in the form of stories or proverbs
4. “A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush”
5. “A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush” Value and maximize our current assets before attempting to expand and acquire new ones.
6. “Don't put all your eggs into one basket”
7. “Don't put all your eggs into one basket” Diversify our resources – including people, ideas and strategies.
8. “Honesty is the best policy”
9. “Honesty is the best policy” Manage the truth by seeking it, understanding it, communicating it, and responding to it on a daily basis.
10. “Look before you leap”
11. “Look before you leap” Just because we can do it... doesn't mean we should do it. Ask if our next move brings added value to our customers' experience.
12. “Time is Money”
13. “Time is Money” Create a culture that competes for productivity and time-effectiveness, and cost savings will follow.
14. <ul>“ An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” “Don't count your chickens before they are hatched” “There's no sense crying over spilled milk” “Catch more flies with honey than with vinegar” “Practice makes perfect” </ul>More Favorites
15. <ul>Timeless advice and common sense can be incorporated with experience, modern techniques, and best practices into competitive and relevant leadership and management practices today. </ul>