Entrepreneurs it is Important to think strategically!

Thinking is a gifted process. We usually take it for granted, don’t we?

In your contact circle, how many colleagues, co-workers, friends, family members you saw going through the “Process of Thinking?”

“Thinking Mechanically” is the our common behavior!

However, it is an undeniable fact that the ever changing and highly competitive environment that we live in requires an effective approach to issues that we face on almost daily basis.

Entrepreneurs or career movers, what shall you do? First thing is first; Avoid linear thinking, Consider formal planning and “think out of the box”, as it adds innovation to your thinking process.

You will be surprised to learn that once start thinking strategically, you will experience issues being resolved easily. Why? Because, you have now learnt to foresee potential threats and opportunities. Not only it becomes a competitive differential for you in this dynamic and extremely demanding challenging environment, it also defines a clearer direction by giving a “bird’s eye view” of your future roadmap.

To me the biggest benefit one could have by following the path of “Strategic Thinking” is building the value of your “Human Capital”.

Strategic thinking is a science, we should learn it.

About the author

Hammad Siddiqui Decoding the Mystery of Career Development- Life coach & Career Advisor-Traveler-Trainer- Authored "Bootstrapping Your Career" and three eBooks -26 Yrs Exp in International Development - A passionate Trainer, Blogger and social media strategist - Qualified from US Chamber of Commerce’s Institute for Organization Management. Loves reading, traveling, mentoring.

2 comments
Another Blogger
Another Blogger

Great article Hammad. Yes we need to think strategically on every activities include blogging ;)Thank for sharingRgds,Latiefwww.another-blogger.com

Malik Mirza
Malik Mirza

Dear Hammad sb. Nice thought - based on your experience, can you tell us about practical, real life examples encountered by you on out of the box thinking?regardsMalik Mirzawww.wisdomfrombooks.com