How to embrace challenges and let victory chase you

How to embrace challenges and let victory chase you

It doesn’t matter where you began; what’s important is whether you’ve finalised the destination or not. In 1945, Sam Walton borrowed a sum of US$20,000 to pursue his business dreams with a small retail store in Newport, Arkansas. This amount might be considered meagre today and the store perhaps too small, but his dreams were amazingly big. Essentially, it was not the money or store that led him to establish the world’s largest organisation; it was the dream that converted the retired army man into a business champion. Now more than 20 years after Sam Walton’s death, Walt-Mart is still the top company in the world in terms of annual revenue and many great business leaders have followed in Walton’s footsteps. Business barrons such as Steve Jobs, Larry Page, and Mark Zuckerberg started their journeys from a small base. They were not born billionaires, but they were all born dreamers. Despite limited resources, they didn’t stop but rather surpassed all constraints and remained firm in their desire to convert dreams into big corporates. Today, these great business leaders are synonymous with success, growth, and achievement. They are the heroes, role models, and ideal champions of aspiring entrepreneurs. In economics, higher risks are often associated with higher profits. Business leaders who accept difficult challenges view every one of them as an opportunity. They make efforts to convert risks into potential business concepts while losers prefer to take a U-turn. Away from the conventional business approaches and strategies, smart leaders deliver strategic solutions to address every problem, big or small. Though many times these challenges take the form of a crisis,...