In this Forbes article, John Berry explains some key business principles that leaders should embrace this year.
Berry explains, “Throughout your career, you’ve likely received a broad array of advice from business coaches and gurus that have collectively guided your personal leadership style. However, given the number of platitudes and contradictory philosophies floating around, your business would likely be sinking in the current economic crisis if you tried to follow all of the advice you received. By assembling some of the best philosophies from different authors and applying them at the right times, I have been able to sustain double-digit annual growth at my firm for the past five years. Here are four principles that I am using in the current climate to ensure that our firm emerges stronger and more successful than ever.”
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John S. Berry, Jr., defends clients facing criminal charges in both State and Federal courts. He is a past president of the NCDAA (Nebraska Criminal Defense Attorneys Association) and recognized by Martindale-Hubbell with an AV Preeminent rating. Berry is also a combat Veteran who served multiple tours in Bosnia and Iraq. Berry has presented in the areas of criminal defense, trial skills, and Veterans disability appeals.
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