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Four Steps to Solving Issues

When coaching a team to run on the Entrepreneurial Operating System® (EOS®), I love showing them how to actually solve their issues. At EOS, we say issues are problems, challenges, obstacles, opportunities, and new ideas worth your attention. Issues can be anything – good or bad – that your team may need to resolve. As part of the Level 10 Meeting™ agenda, leaders Identify, Discuss, and Solve (IDS™) business issues for the majority of the meeting. Below I’ll break down the four steps to solving issues forever.

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10 Tips To Thrive In Tough Times

*To help our readers navigate their businesses and organizations during the COVID-19 pandemic, we are re-posting this relevant blog post from Sue Hawkes, previously published on the YESS! blog. Self-preservation in turbulent times is sometimes a lot to ask. What can you do to manage your mindset as we’re asked to practice social distancing? Self-care

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Help Them See What You’re Saying

Vision. I went to the eye doctor and for the first time, I couldn’t read anything below the top line. Really?!! And how many other reminders do I need that I’m aging? It occurred to me while I was ruminating in my newly identified, near-sighted blur, that this is what it’s like for our people

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When Your Employee Isn’t A Fit

when an employee isn't a fitAs a Minnesota resident, I often find myself dreaming of warm climates this time of year. 

The temperature hovers around freezing and I can picture the arid deserts of Arizona or the lush rainforests of Hawaii. Both climates offer respite from the Minnesota winter, but they are decidedly different from one another in flora and fauna. 

A cactus can’t survive in the rainforest, and ferns can’t grow in the desert.

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Where You Go, They Go

creating company culture Company culture. Many people talk about, but not everyone puts in the effort to create it. And when they don’t, it becomes assumed – which isn’t what you want.

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Keep Your Business on Track

Keep Your Eyes on the Road: Using Your Core Focus to Keep Your Business on Track

EOS Core Focus Keep Your Business on TrackImagine driving on a highway you’ve never been on before. Preferably you’re driving a convertible and the views are breathtaking. In this scenario, it’s unlikely you’ll notice the guardrails. However, the guardrails are almost invisibly keeping you on track, guiding you safely and efficiently to your desired destination. In your business, your Core Focus™️ functions the same way.

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