“The secret of business is to know something that nobody else knows.”
96. What’s Your P/E Ratio?
Do you own stock? If so, your objective is likely to be to buy low and sell high. You desire positive results and a return on your investment. Your decision to buy shares in a company could have even been influenced by the company’s P/E or price/earnings ratio. Just like a stock can increase in value, you too can increase in value. Therefore, it’s important that you also focus on your P/E ratio.
|The P is your:||Performance|
|The E is your:Energy||Excitement|
A publicly traded company produces an annual report that always features an opening statement, “To our shareholders.” Your “shareholders” are your prospects, customers and clients. Therefore, your opening statement “To Our Customers” might go something like this:
“By nearly all measures, I have attained the qualities of a stellar performer—market leadership, superior customer satisfaction, a solid clientele, plus loyal and profitable relationships. I am now leveraging those strengths to realize my remaining goal: sustained and enviable growth, service and results.”
On a daily basis, do whatever it takes to enhance your P/E ratio and increase the “value” you bring to your marketplace, company and customers.
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