A $3 trillion valuation is a big deal. Especially when you consider the potential size of the company. That number, however, doesn’t mean that Blackstone will be able to build a wall on its future earnings. While investors are clearly piling in to support Blackstone, there’s also been an influx of smaller companies looking to create great businesses by getting in shape for the future. The smart ones — and we’re talking startups here — will score a massive valuation later this year or next. Whether they can reach that $3 trillion milestone is another matter. Here are five companies worth watching over the next 12 months.
How to reach that $3 trillion valuation
There are a few ways to reach that $3 trillion valuation. The first is by getting in shape for the long-term. The smart ones will have a plan to manage the transition to a future without oil and other major oil products — and a strategy to sustain the growth of the business while doing so. The rest of us will have to put in the same hard work, but with more creativity and innovation, to stay ahead of the game. Here are a few steps to take over the next 12 months so that you can get ready for the future.
Set priorities and make a plan
The smart ones will have a plan for the long-term. They will plan for the long-term and be prepared to change their focus if necessary. This means setting strategic goals and prioritizing your tasks so that they are manageable and achievable. It will also help to have a plan for when specific tasks are necessary or possible to reach. This way, you won’t be overwhelmed and make a bad decision.
Define the process you’ll follow
You need to make sure that you understand the process that will govern your goals. This can be difficult because there are so many details to decide on. It can also be a challenge because you want to make sure that your new business is successful and that your new organization is in the right place. To help with this, consider the following: – What are your goals? – How much do you want to make? – What makes your new organization unique? – How will your new organization benefit the customers, shareholders, and employees of all other companies in your industry? – How will your new organization benefit your customers and employees?
Implement the plan
You need to implement the plan so that you can reach that $3 trillion valuation. The first step is to understand your goals and the key factors that will drive them. This will allow you to outline a plan and begin to better understand your own goals and how they relate to the goals of other companies in your industry. – What are your goals? – How much do you want to make? – What makes your new organization unique? – How will your new organization benefit the customers, shareholders, and employees of all other companies in your industry? – How will your new organization benefit your customers and employees? – What are your customer goals/ Desire goals? – What are your strategic goals? – What are your operational goals? – What are your financial goals? – What do you research, experiment, and test?
Conclusion the Plan
All of this is to be done over the next 12 months so that you can get ready for the future. Keeping your plans simple and organized will help you stay focused and on-task. Keep in mind that even though you may have a great idea for a plan, it’s still early — as in, it’s only going to fuel your appetite for more business and revenue over the long-term. As you work towards your goals, don’t forget to be patient. It will be that much harder to reach your goals when your team and I are still working a show — still trying to figure out how to monetize the empire that’s been built over the last few years.