Spotlighting inspirational businesses that are successfully implementing EOS to overcome challenges, strengthen their businesses, and achieve success.
Everyone knows that spies (at least the ones in the movies) love their gadgets. When it comes to gadgets, the simpler, the better so that they use them correctly even under stressful situations. It doesn’t get much more stressful than a pandemic. Tamara Christian, president and COO of the International Spy Museum, found the Entrepreneurial Operating System® (EOS®) in February 2020, and her timing couldn’t have been better. As it turns out, it makes sense that an entity dedicated to the real James Bonds and Sydney Bristows would run on EOS.
As a successful entrepreneur, Marc Levine spent countless hours thinking about his business, worrying about details large and small. All he ever wanted was to have a profitable business where employees liked working and customers wanted to patronize.
Running a B2B office furniture company during a pandemic forced brothers Marc and Jason Levin to modify and diversify fast to stay afloat. Luckily they had the discipline and structure of EOS®.
Multigenerational small businesses typically get handed down from parent to child. In E-Z Bel Construction’s case, though, they decided to bring in Stephen Park to build E-Z Bel up (and out).