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The Economy by Peter Schiff December 10, 2009

Posted by bernardrosauer in Uncategorized.
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“Peter Schiff is an American economic commentator, author and licensed stock broker who currently serves as president of Euro Pacific Capital Inc., a fully accredited brokerage firm based in Darien, Connecticut.” – Authors@Google

If this is where our economy is going, what will your policyholders be needing 3, 5 or 10 years out? If hyper-inflation is inevitable, how will you position yourself as a company that is there for them when they need you most? Will M&A’s result in strength or will they result in limiting the flexibility that will be required to best support customers in the US economy? Is bigger better?

My perspective is that companies need to cut to the chase, get as close to their customers as possible, listen to them and then execute against their needs. Banish everything else – because everything else (unless its required by law) is waste. Get close, stay close, grow organically more than ever before. Oh, and get great leaders. You’re going to need them.

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