Governors are starting to relax the rules for managing the spread of coronavirus. We’re still a long way from “normal,” whatever that will mean.

While there have been many corporate casualties, I’m sure you’ve noticed how many businesses have pivoted during the crisis to stay open and survive. 5-star restaurants became full-blown takeout and delivery meal services. A pinball parlor in Portland rented their machines out and delivered, because their location is closed. Big conferences and meetings have gone 100% online.

And we’re all getting really good at Zoom!

But as we come out, my question is, “what have you learned or developed that you can take along that can separate you from the competition?

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The 11 Old Rules of Business That Still Matter

It might seem like the way we do business has changed,
but ultimately, we’re still people doing business with people.
Many old rules of doing business are just as applicable
today as they were 50, 100 years ago.

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