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The Game-Changer Mindset

Blog
4th October 2019

New business ideas that are channeled towards creating innovative products pop up every day, however, very few of them manage to change the status quo in their respective fields. Executing an idea is just as important as the people who drive that change – they are a critical success factor of the project.

“Don’t just play the game – change the game. The goals are to create, improve on, and innovate around best practices in order to find next practices” – Mike Myatt

Game changers are people who cause transformational change in their organizations from the ordinary to exceptional by being;

Relentless

In their pursuit to make a difference, game changers such as Jeff Bezos and Richard Branson recognized for their big ideas stayed relentless and committed.  They work extra hard to turn their dreams into reality. Such successful leaders are committed people who know potential is of little value if it does not materialize at the right time.

Original

Game changers are not copycats! They challenge the status quo by breaking conventions and encouraging diversity of thought. In today’s competitive markets, being unique and different is essential to gaining competitive advantage. Being original in your way of business will help you gain a long-term distinctive edge.

Purposeful

Game changers that are inspired with great leadership are nothing short of aware. They are not only self-aware, they are also aware of the emotions and needs of others. Their character possesses a precise blend of intrinsic curiosity and extrinsic focus. Being in touch with a greater purpose, they understand the value of serving other people beyond themselves. And for you to be a real game changer, your purpose should inspire, serve, help and improve the livelihood of others.

Smart

The world’s greatest problem solvers either had profound expertise or partnered with people who did. Taking Steve Jobs as an example, he had an immense vision about enhancing the user experience of their customers nonetheless, he needed his teammate Steve Wozniak’s engineering skills to turn the idea into reality. True game changers build their ideas swiftly and sustainably. They build upon themselves to catalyze other opportunities in the future.

Daring

Our fast-paced business world causes constant market adjustments, sales fluctuations and tight profit margins. As a result, staying aware of where your service or product life cycle is, allows a business to timely strategize and implement necessary changes in order to ensure ongoing sales and profit.

Furthermore, owing to the market dynamism, a product or service that is relevant today may lose its relevance tomorrow. The market awareness of what’s in and what’s out and who the new players are is paramount in ensuring what you offer your clients is relevant and in demand. Facing challenges head-on with commitment and enthusiasm helps organizations to grow and to do better.

Empathetic

Being empathetic in the workplace bears meaningful and concrete returns. It helps to sustain a company for the long term. Empathy enhances the understanding of your customers’ pain points and how you can solve them, as well as making you better at problem-solving and innovation. It’s important for understanding your staff’s development needs as well as motivating your team.

At Webhelp, we’re an intrinsically human company – a community of passionate game-changers who strive to make a difference in the lives of people and businesses. We bring together highly competent and fun-loving people and give them the freedom and tools they need to look after our clients’ customers as if they were their own.

With creativity and innovation as part of our core, we keep our minds open to finding new ways of working that break the codes and help us drive success. As a team we dare test new approaches, and even if we may stumble sometimes, this only means we learn and grow. Being brave enough to innovate helps us change the game. ​


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