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Tech CEO Learned Business Lessons By Driving Limo

Posted on May 30, 2012

NEW YORK — In 1990, Christian Gheorge was offered a job as a chauffeur for his neighbor’s car service. He recounts five business lessons from his experience in a guest post on Forbes.com.

The five lessons he learned are:

  1. The Customer is King.
  2. Be prepared to improvise.
  3. Think about what is next.
  4. Care for the details.
  5. Keep crazy audacious goals.

Read more about each goal, along with anecdotes from Gheorge’s chauffeur experience, by clicking here for the full article from Forbes.


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