Rainforest Strategy: The Planet's Most Successful Business Model

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Charisma Media, Oct 8, 2012 - Business & Economics - 256 pages
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Locked away in the world’s rainforests are the most productive and fruitful ecosystems in the world. How they transform scarcity into abundance is what every entrepreneur and businessperson needs to know. Whether you are just starting your business…or reevaluating your current business goals, this book brings unique insights and direction from the rainforest’s secrets of productivity that will revolutionize your thinking. These secrets include the steps to: 1. Get a clearer vision for your business. 2. Increasing your productivity. 3. Transform your great ideas into realities. 4. Tap into the ultimate model for efficiency. 5. Discover how to use your innovations for success. 6. Understand the importance of interdependent relationships. 7. Learn 7 indispensable secrets for marketing. By taking a look at the rainforest with business eyes and an open mind, in this book we discover that creation has been indelibly stamped with the wisdom of the Creator. It contains transcending business principles that can take any enterprise from good to great

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User Review  - Stacey - Christianbook.com

Michael Q. Pinks Rainforest Strategy is a fascinating read that bases a business model on the ecosystem of the rainforest. It is educational. It is inspirational. It is mind-blowing in its genius ... Read full review


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 Michael Q. Pink is the founder of Selling Among Wolves, a sales training and development firm, and has recently launched The Rainforest Institute in the Republic of Panama.  He has consulted with and trained companies from small, family-owned businesses to companies on the Fortune 100 list.  He does seminars and serves clients in Europe, Central America, the Caribbean, Canada, and the United States.

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