Business expertise or common sense /the chicken or the egg theory?

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At this point everyone will think you want to become the very best in your area you have to endure the book dive privilege .Well ,in other words studies tell us what we need to know however they don’t give you the insight how to succeed or how to apply in practice these related knowledge
.In many cases to be a business acumen you have to look at the business more closely and find out what comes first and what is your priority .Just think about the chicken and the egg theory .So which comes first,the chicken or the egg ?Does experience comes first or common sense ?If theories are the end result of making your business successful ,the prevailing creed of universities would be correct .Focus on tools and analysis even to the detriment of internal gut feeling and we will eventually will succeed as business people. But thanks to stride in today experiences this myth has been debunked. This revelation provide us with additional thoughts that we should use our common sense when we talk about our business .As business’ owner or CEO we should protect our business and being able to use our common sense it will add more value to the expertise we have created for our little empire.


One thought on “Business expertise or common sense /the chicken or the egg theory?

  1. Donal McNally June 23, 2011 / 12:33 am

    Because so many issues are raised, it would require more space than is available here to comment adequately. Let me just say that gut feeling and commonsense are not synonymous and indeed may often lead to different conclusions. Gut feeling is invaluable when it is based on experience and functional knowledge of similar situations and in most such cases will be right. If however there is a hidden or non-obvious factor, gut feeling can be just another way to spell disaster. Where speed is essential, there may be no other practical way except gut feel, but we should not forget that gut feel without data is a leap into the unkown.

    In any situation or planning any goal, the first and most obvious rule is simply to know and understand what the situation really is. Sounds straightforward, doesn’t it? If only………

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