Management Without Force

IMG_6195Lao Tzu wrote often about management.
 
“Whoever relies on the Tao in governing men doesn’t try to force issues or defeat enemies by force of arm”
 
Good business practices are based on taking the high road, positive actions and providing value  customers appreciate. The days of pushy mediocrity are behind us.
 
This weekend I visited a Confucian Temple and the relief of a wise man studying. He is the model of lifelong learning. By studying the wants and desires of our market, we too can reject the force of arm. We can embrace confidence .
 
“Because he accepts himself,
the whole world accepts him”.
 
So will your customers.

2 Replies to “Management Without Force”

    1. Karma is the right word, the law of cause and effect. The effect of moving to China was predicated on my positive view of the culture. Lao Tzu was one motivator to have this experience. Makes sense eh?

      Thanks for the comment Mr. Hawk.

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