For the last fifteen years, I’ve been teaching a discovery regarding the two vital roles at the top of most great entrepreneurial businesses. These roles are called the Visionary and Integrator. The fact is that every true Visionary needs to be counter-balanced with a great Integrator if he or she wants his or her vision to be fully realized.
This Clarity Break Thought is on the subject of … well ... Clarity Breaks
I’ve been writing these Clarity Break Thoughts (aka passionate pleas) for about eight years now. They’re called Clarity Break Thoughts because the idea is to give you something to ponder during your next Clarity Break that will help you get more of what you want from your business.
George Perles, assistant coach for the Pittsburgh Steelers from 1972 to 1982, delivered a powerful message years ago. He shared a mantra from their heyday in the 1970s: “We made every decision like we were going to the Super Bowl.” Their organization made these decisions long before they reached their goal—and they ended up winning the Super Bowl four times.
Jim Collins says that mediocrity stems from chronic inconsistency. What a powerful and accurate phrase.
Wow! 2014 is already wrapping up. It’s been an amazing year of growth. My clients are averaging almost 20% growth, we have over 10,000 companies using the EOS tools, and we now have almost 100 professional and certified EOS Implementers. We’re helping a lot of companies do great things, and we greatly appreciate the reason—your support and belief in EOS. With so many companies implementing EOS, that leads to the topic of this Clarity Break. Its purpose is to help you head off a psychological barrier that might be holding you back as you implement tools to help your company grow to the next level.