Perhaps you have heard of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs as a child. How can Snow White apply to your
today? She was an awesome character from Walt Disney that touched the lives of millions around her and so did her little team. She went from zero to hero over a period, but the little challenges that she faced shaped her to become a desirable princess. What can you learn from Snow White that applies today? Many different characteristics defined Snow White from the average person. These features had to be learned through the flames of trial and error.
The primary characteristics of Snow White consisted of leadership, kindness, understanding, patience, honesty and determination. They helped her rock her
and you can learn to use them in the right situation. A person can have these characteristics in abundance, but may still fail in their business. The situations that Snow White faced helped her define her and the characteristics; she was always on the front lines. She found the dwarf’s home and ended up befriending them. At first, the dwarfs were used to their own way of life and not having outside help. Snow White proved to be an asset by helping them with their laundry, cooking and housekeeping.
Then of course was the evil witch (competition), who had a vanity that would make a Lamborghini blush. The wicked witch wanted to be the best in the land, but the tactics she used was always unethical and it caused Snow White to fall. In this particular situation for Snow White’s
she did not pay attention to the competition and fell victim to a false olive branch. Snow White’s friendliness and professionalism led to her eventual rescue, because she focused on her dwarfs (downline). Her dwarfs came to the rescue, well a prince did but the point is that her team was trained in her mannerisms and behavior to think of others first.
No matter what you face in your
you can find success as long as you are determined to beat the challenges. When you work closely with a team, you can build trust and a strong relationship that goes beyond the workplace. The respect and experience that you earn may help you overcome a difficult time in your business. You never know who your magical “prince” or “princess” may be and when they will show up.