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The Magic and Curse of Putting Your Business on Autopilot

Written by Randy Taussig on October 21, 2019

The autopilot can be an aviator’s best friend. It’s precise, alleviates workload, and provides good peace of mind. All positive factors, but if the pilot isn’t careful, it could lead to big trouble!

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Conflict Creates Clarity

Written by Rene Boer on October 17, 2019

Some of the best meetings that I’ve been in lately are the ones where members of the leadership team challenge each other.

There’s debate and pushback and the discussions are heated. Each person is actively engaged, putting the greater good of the organization ahead of personal agendas. Sometimes the feedback they give each other stings a little. But, when the dust settles there’s clarity around the root cause. Conflict creates clarity.

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Is Hiring a Family Member the Right Choice?

Written by Sara Stern on October 14, 2019

Brothers hugging at work and laughing Whether you’ve hired family members in the past or if it’s your first time considering it, the decision to hire a family member can be a huge one.

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Process Component™ Roundup: 5 Posts To Move You Towards 100% Strong

Written by CJ DuBe' on October 10, 2019

In a recent Clarity Break™️ Thought, EOS® Visionary Mike Paton provided four myth-busting truths to help you discover a real passion for strengthening the fifth component of the EOS Model™  -- Process.

While it may not be the component you are most passionate about, when applied correctly, it results in simplicity, scalability, efficiency, and profitability. Results like that are sure to turn the head of any entrepreneur.

Here are five blog posts that will help you tap into that passion and move you towards being 100% strong in the Process Component:

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Five Hiring Mistakes to Avoid

Written by Julia Langkraehr on October 7, 2019

As a business owner, two of your most important assets are your employees and your leadership team. Here are five common mistakes that business owners make when building their team. 

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