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Be 10 Times Better

Posted by David Greer in Leadership, Strategy | 1 comments

05.05.16

While published in 2011, I have just now finished reading Great By Choice by Jim Collins and Morten T. Hansen. Like Collins’ most famous book, Good to Great, Great by Choice shows meticulous research. The premise of Collins and Hansen’s research was why do some companies thrive in chaotic environments while others flounder? What they discovered is what they call 10Xers. Leaders who over a 30-year period outperformed their competitors by ten times. They studied these leaders and their companies to come up with these conclusions about why they were able to survive and thrive over a very long period, often with massive changes in their industry and markets.  

Celebrating One Year

Posted by David Greer in Communication | 0 comments

14.04.16

I am celebrating the one-year anniversary of the launch of Wind In Your Sails: Vital Strategies That Accelerate Your Entrepreneurial Growth. Written by entrepreneurs for entrepreneurs, Wind In Your Sails shares the thinking and hard-won expertise of both my career and ten other entrepreneurs. During the launch of Wind In Your Sails and during the last year I have been fortunate to be able to write for many other blogs and platforms. I want to acknowledge all of the people who were kind enough to allow me to write for their blog.  

Jump to Start

Posted by David Greer in Performance, Strategy | 1 comments

31.03.16

I hear my alarm go off at 5:15 am. Having got to bed at good time the night before I am fully rested so it is easy to swing my legs out of bed, get up, and put on my exercise kit that I laid out in the bathroom the night before. I head downstairs where I spend time sitting on my cushion, journaling, meditating, and reflecting on the start of my day. I walk into the kitchen, make myself a healthy breakfast, and then enter our dining room. I glance at a photograph of the Karalee, Jocelyn, Kevin, Allen, and I getting ready to dock our sailboat Dragonsinger in Aegina, Greece connecting me to the rest of our family who are not yet awake. I pack up my water bottle and head out to join my small gym group at 6:00 am. We work hard for an hour; after which I head to a coffee shop where I enjoy my first coffee of the day while I journal for a few minutes. Two hours after I first woke up I take out my smart phone for my first look of the day at social media and email.  

Plan Your Day

Posted by David Greer in Business, Performance | 0 comments

17.03.16

In 4 Vital Actions, I present four areas of your day where you should focus: start, plan, connections, and finish. How and when you plan your day has a massive impact on how your day works out. What path are you going to choose for the mountains you need to climb? How will you communicate to your team what route they need to take?  

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