Business Cranking Power

In car  batteries we measure the cranking power of a battery. Vehicle engines require cranking power to start. Many factors affect the cranking power such as temperature, engine size and quality. More power is needed to start the engine as temperature drops. The cranking power should not fall below certain voltage for the battery to be a good one in a specified time.
Startups need their engine to start up. They need a battery to get them started. If the startup lacks enthusiasm and passion the temperature shall drop and the startup shall need more energy to get moving. The size of management will also be influential because again the bigger the size is, the greater the power need to start the engine of the startup. 
I suggest the use of the engine start as a metaphor for the stratup businesses. The requirements to start a car are reflexive on those requirements that need to start a business.
A good and charged owner is the battery in a car. here, we must notice that a drop in the voltage of the car battery from 12.8 to 12.0 reduces its cranking power by 75%. The owner must have a minimum potential to work efficiently or else the car (business) start shall be exhaustive.
What do you think makes a great startup owners? In cold days the owner must keep his/her potential or else the business shall freeze and the engine shall fail to ignite the car.

What are your thoughts? 

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Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

Laurent BOSCHERINI Great to hear from you my friend. I love your passion for others and beautiful mind.

Laurent Boscherini

Laurent Boscherini

5 years ago #17

Warm welcome Ali and so happy to read you on beBee.com !

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

Catalina Serrano Thank you dear Catalina

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#15
Thank you @Javier Cámara Rica

Javier 🐝 CR

Javier 🐝 CR

5 years ago #14

Welcome to beBee !

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#8
John White, MBA- thank you dear friend. Grateful I am to your kind words

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#7
Paul Croubalian- just thinking of inviting me is honorable. Thank you

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#6
Milos Djukic- you are a faithful friend and thinker. Thank you

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#10
Thank you dear Sara Jacobvici- your kind words mean a lot to me.

Sara Jacobovici

Sara Jacobovici

5 years ago #9

Thank you Ali Anani. I wrote on my first post for beBee that I am a champion of metaphors and their use. Well, you Sir are obviously a King in your use of the metaphor of the battery to communicate the needs and challenges of business.

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#6
To all my good "Bees) I say"where the Bees go, I go" I don't want to go alone. I enjoy your company. Thank you all for your welcoming words

John White, MBA

John White, MBA

5 years ago #7

What a great surprise it was to open beBee and find your blog, Ali Anani! Welcome to beBee!

Milos Djukic

Milos Djukic

5 years ago #6

Welcome dear Ali Anani, my friend.

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

5 years ago #5

#4
That's a wonderful compliment sir :-)

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

Much obliged to your kind words dear Qamar Ali Khan. You raised my cranking power

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

5 years ago #3

#2
Hearty Welcome Sir! This is a concise but a solid post to start with. Congratulations sir! I feel myself lucky to be your first interaction. Following you with joy :-) .

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#1
This is my first post to beBee and first comment as well. So, your comment has a special value to me dear Qamar Ali KHhan. Thank you

Qamar Ali Khan

Qamar Ali Khan

5 years ago #1

That's absolutely right sir Ali Anani! A startup is like an engine and the owner is like a battery. The battery must be that fits with the engine or vice versa. A thoughtful, well researched, and prudently planned startup is more likely to fit with the battery or owner. Thank you very much sir and welcome to beBee!

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