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The new business mantra of staying positive to purge critical thinkers

Maybe I belong now to the old-school-society of the 40 to 80 years old business people with my opinion, but I just have to write some words about this new business behavior I see since about 4 years being also famous in Germany and Austria more and more.
To stay positive and be an optimist is not a bad thing, but to use this mantra to purge all critics and thinkers of their opinion is a business style which became very famous the last years to kill all good arguments, which are not conform with an unready mainstream idea. It's the best mantra to avoid a discussion, which you would loose in the end and ensure the power just by looking forward and never back, because you could learn from mistakes or you would be beaten by the facts & figures, which would lead to a total different decision making. So there is a new business movement, sometimes also related to naive startups, but also to stronger business leaders, which pray this mantra anytime, anywhere: Stay positive, don't be …

From BREADHUNTER III.: History & Future of Headhunting

Chapter 3. History and Future of Headhunting (from BREADHUNTER III. - The English Blog Articles, p. 187 - 195) Predicting the Future of something feels like the oracle of Delphi and I don’t believe in this stuff, but I think there are experiences and learnings from the last years, that will help us to forecast a trend also in headhunting and executive search. Also, here I will remind you to the 2 videos of dissolve.com about the generic marketing ad and the millennials. We do have 3 business worlds and trend now behind us, if you just look on the last 30 years. The 1st world was this kind of 80ties/90ties old-boys network business with big cars, suits and expensive watches at your wrist. Especially in headhunting and executive search, you could earn a lot of money during the late 80ties and 90ties and a bit during the beginning millennial times. I wrote about this in my 1st BREADHUNTER I. book from my experiences in Munich during 1999. Companies took every candidate with any university degre…