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Strengthening the Core of your Business

One of my passions outside of facilitating EOS sessions and working with entrepreneurs, is performing and teaching Pilates. Pilates is focused primarily on the “Powerhouse” area of the body, which is also considered your core (generally this area consists of your abdominal muscles, lower back, hips and glutes). We call it the “Powerhouse” area because the large muscles that make up this area, along with the smaller supporting muscles, are …Read More

The Power of Core Values

Bring up core values in a business meeting and inevitably someone starts to roll their eyes. I’ve heard “Why are we focusing on touchy-feely stuff?” “Why aren’t we working on a business challenge where we can see results?” But once again, I have witnessed the power of a company coming together to define and embrace their core values. When I start working with a new client, we discover, discuss and …Read More

The Biggest Key to Keeping Employees Happy and Engaged

I am an advocate of healthy organizational culture, and strongly believe a committed group of people can do the seemingly impossible. During annual sessions with clients, I’ve witnessed how the Entrepreneurial Operating System (EOS) process transformed companies and lives. A number of CEOs expressed their excitement as they spoke about the impact EOS on their teams.Read More

4 Signs of A Dysfunctional Company

Leadership is the most important asset that a company has in its arsenal. The management team is the ones that plan, organize, lead, and control. They are the ones that formulate the strategy the business will use to fulfill its vision, build its resources, and make sure that everyone in the boat is rowing in the same direction.Read More

The Importance of Hiring The Right People

All great companies are comprised of equally great employees. Building a profitable business means hiring the best team and placing them in positions that fit their skill set. Failure in this area of business eventually leads to a mutual dissatisfaction between management and employee when goals are not met and a department’s overall performance starts to lag. This toxic environment will ultimately lead to dismissal — a common problem in business.Read More

Q&A: How do I know that it’s safe to let go of the vine?

An entrepreneur slips and falls off the edge of a cliff. On his way down, he manages to grab onto the end of a vine. He’s hanging there, a thousand feet from the top and a thousand feet from the bottom. His situation seems hopeless, so he looks up to the clouds, and decides, for the first time, to pray. ‘Is anybody up there?’ he asks. After a long silence, a deep voice bellows down from the clouds: ‘Do you believe?’ ‘Yes,’ replies the entrepreneur. ‘Then let go of the vine,’ says the voice….Read More