Nokia was once the world’s largest seller of mobile phones. However, when Apple and Samsung began to gain prominence, if not a dominant share of the market, the Finnish telecommunications company found themselves no longer leading the pack.
Sometimes, the scarcity of a product is its greatest appeal. The McRib and Shamrock Shake became legendary items on McDonald's menu because the offerings appear for a brief time and then disappear.
There is perhaps nothing more exciting from a business perspective than a group of like-minded and talented individuals coming together to devise a unique product or service with a high profit potential.
Not everyone has what it takes to become an entrepreneur. Common traits go beyond being the smartest, most talented, or access to resources that give them the proverbial “leg up.” Success comes from what seems to be minor disciplines that eventually will help them stand out among their peers.
"Together we’ll go far."
Google is the “Goliath” amidst a sea of “Davids.” The Alphabet’s dominance as an internet services and products provider is practically without peer. Even the name of the company alone has become a synonym for internet searches, much like the name recognition Kleenex and Jell-O enjoys.
Military service equips you with skills and experiences you won't find anywhere else. After the rigors of active duty, you'll likely emerge with far greater strengths than you realized.