progress

  

Definition

Extent of the advance or move toward the completion of a job, program, or project, or the attainment of an objective.

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  • It is important to always be making progress in your business so that other companies do not come along and pass you by.

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  • Your business should always be trying to make progress for the future so that the profits will continue to keep rising.

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  • Often times people expect to see progress in the gym right away, unfortunately it takes time and dedication before true results can be seen.

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  • Good Management in a Bad Business
    "Good jockeys will do well on good horses, but not on broken-down nags. Both Berkshire's textile business and Hochschild Kohn had able and honest people running them. The same managers employed in a business with good economic characteristics would have achieved fine records. But they were never going to make any progress while running in quicksand. I've said many times that when a management with a reputation for brilliance tackles a business with a reputation for bad economics, it is the reputation of the business that remains intact."
    - Warren Buffett

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