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Stay up over the winter
The industry is expected to arrive in winter. I believe you all feel very deeply. I hope everyone is ready for the winter. Here are some winter suggestions for your reference. 1, hibernation. The animals in nature give us good inspiration. Sleep more, move less, save your strength, recharge your batteries, and wait for the next spring. Enterprises can use this time to sort out their users, suppliers, affiliated enterprises and local government departments to consolidate existing relationships, repair damaged relationships, and strive for the development of potential relationships. Through communication and communication, the parties can understand their current situation and help them tide over difficulties. Sometimes a friend can be found in danger. 2, practice inner strength. Enterprises are usually busy with production and operation, and have no time to take care of others. Now there is time for the management team, technical backbone, production front-line personnel for business learning, technical training, quality improvement and so on. Sharpening your ax will not delay your job of cutting wood. Technicians can carry out process transformation and process optimization. Laboratory researchers can conduct various tests. Intelligence personnel also have time to collect the latest information about the industry and store information. In this difficult time, enterprises should try to retain personnel, especially the backbone, while layoffs are short-sighted. 3, reflection. Business bosses, it's time to meditate. In particular, just entering the organic silicon industry encountered a cold winter, do not blame bad luck. Why don't you listen to the unfaithful advice in the industry when you rush to work? Don't always think you can afford to lose money unless your money is easy to come by. Summing up the experience and lessons in time, the broken arm and stop loss should be decided at will, so as not to sink deeper and harder to extricate themselves. We must not increase our stakes and invest blindly. The green hills remain... Long winded, "If winter has come, can spring be far away?" I wish you all the best winter.