Be A Leader: Be Relentless Like Akio Morita

By Leaderonomics|25-10-2016 | 1 Min Read

Being persistent and persevering no matter what the circumstances are is what makes great leaders succeed. No obstacles will be too big for you to overcome, if you have the right mindset and willingness to go the distance.

Take the cue from Akio Morita, founder of Sony, whose determination and relentless pursuit of his vision enabled the “Made in Japan” tag, a symbol for substandard products and shoddy imitations in the 1950s, to be reinvented into a highly respected, premium identifier.

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