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4 Tips For The Successful Businessman I have a passion for the bald eagle or Haliaeetus Leucocephalus according to his scientific name I have this passion as long as I can remember But it is not a logical passion I am Dutch and a passion for a bird of prey that is common in The Netherlands would be more obvious But life is full of inexplicable surprises and left me with this passion for the bald eagle the national symbol of the United States of America I have seen the eagles only once in my life in their natural habitat and that was during a holiday in British Columbia in Canada When I read about bald eagles and about the way they live I always start thinking about what a businessman can learn from them in order to become successful and that is what this article is about 1 Vision Bald eagles are birds that can often be found on very high altitudes There they soar and with their very sharp eyesight they have a clear view on the world below them and especially on the prey they want to catch fish that is what they like mostThey can see the milky white spot in the water from a distance of many miles In high places they build their nests On a rock on the top of a tree but always on a spot where they have a good view on the world that surrounds them And from their castle they see what is happening around them and that gives security The businessman should also have a clear view on what is happening in the market From very far he should recognize his potential customers and attack them at the right moment At the same time he should be aware of the dangers that surround him anticipate absorb the environment and be prepared to act immediately 2 Knowledge
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