In the Entrepreneurial Operating System (EOS), Rocks are “the three to seven most important things that must get done in the next 90 days.” Rocks should be established at every level in an organization: company-wide, leadership, departmental, and personal. Every employee needs to have goals to help them own to prioritize their work. When everyone […]
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In the Entrepreneurial Operating System (EOS), there are three steps to documenting your processes: Identify, Document, and Package. A Process is a series of actions or steps taken to achieve a particular end. They provide your people with the ability to be consistent in their actions. If you want to grow your businesses, you need […]
In the Entrepreneurial Operating System, the GWC tool helps you find the right people for your organization by asking if they Get it, Want it, and Capacity to do it.
In the Entrepreneurial Operating System, an accountability chart helps you structure your organization and identify who is accountable for what.
In the book, Getting Things Done, David Allen presents his productivity methodology that transforms the way you approach your personal and professional life. The Getting Things Done (GTD) method helps you organize your calendar, tasks, and priorities such that your work is manageable.
The SWOT Analysis is a strategic technique to guide corporate decision making at the highest level or for specific objectives. The acronym stands for Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats.
In Atomic Habits, James Clear provides practical strategies to create good habits, break bad habits, and master the small actions that will lead to amazing results.
In The Power of Full Engagement, Jim Loehr and Tony Schwartz teach you how to manage your energy to perform at peak levels in demanding environments.
The book, What the Heck is EOS?, provides a complete guide on the Entrepreneurial Operating System for employees to be more successful within their company.
In How to Be a Great Boss, Gino Wickman and Rene Boer help you become an amazing boss and get the most out of your organization and people.
In Rocket Fuel, Gino Wickman and Mark C. Winters provide the how-to guide for understanding the business relationship between the Visionary and Integrator.
Deep Work is the ability to focus without distraction on a cognitively demanding task. In his book, Cal Newport argues that this superpower will help you thrive.
In Eat That Frog, Brian Tracy talks about his productivity hack of starting your day by accomplishing your biggest, most important task.
In The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up, Marie Kondo helps you declutter and organize your place to spark joy. As a result, you will organize your life.
The ONE Thing by Gary Keller helps you focus on taking action on the most important task, such that everything else will be easier or unnecessary.
Many of us use one or two calendars, but it’s not effective. You need to use several color coded calendars to take control of your time and be productive.
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The Pomodoro Technique is a time management method to help you get more done. It divides your work into 25-minute intervals with short breaks in between.
We can reframe our ideas into setting SMART Goals, so we can take action. SMART goals are Simple, Meaningful, Actionable, Realistic, and Trackable.
Gaining traction means turning your vision into reality. You need to establish accountability and discipline in your organization and then take action.
Processes are powerful and result in simplifying, scaling, and productivity in your business. Your processes will help you gain more control and freedom.
Issues are inherent in any business. So if you want to gain traction, you have to foster a company culture that identifies and solves issues as they arise.
Data is the handful of metrics that we rely on to indicate the present, identify potential issues, and predict the future. We should use the data to guide our discussions and decisions over assumptions, opinions, and emotions.
“Successful leaders surround themselves with great people,” as getting the Right People in the Right Roles is essential for growing your organization. These individuals will embody your core values, fit into the culture, and excel in positions to be effective and valuable for the company.
“Clarify your vision, and you will make better decisions” for your business, as Vision clearly defines where you are going and how you will get there. The Vision is documented in the Vision/Traction Organizer (VTO), which asks eight questions to “help your leadership team define, document, agree on, and share the company vision.”