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Three Steps to Clearing the Fog with a Strong Data Component

Most entrepreneurs are flying blind – running their businesses on vague sensations, feelings and emotions, rather than data. During a week in which a company wins a big order, gets some positive feedback from a key client, and finally finds the right person to fill a key seat – the company’s owner(s) feel as though they run the very best business in the world. The following week, when the company loses a big sale, gets negative feedback from a client and has to deal with a few people issues – the owner(s) feel as though they run the most troubled company out there.

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Four Steps to Reducing Leadership Frustrations…Forever

Most entrepreneurial leaders are frustrated. Some leaders are only occasionally frustrated, because they find ways to resolve their issues quickly and effectively. But many leaders have been frustrated about a lot of things for a very long time.
Some seem to have resigned themselves to the notion that running an entrepreneurial company is destined to be a long, painful series of never-ending frustrations.

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How Clarity Creates Value

If you’re familiar at all with EOS, you’ve heard or read the phrase, “Clarify, Simplify and Achieve Your Vision.” I’ve been thinking a lot about that phrase lately, and let me say explicitly that it’s a lot more than a tagline.

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