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When Your Growth Gets Stuck

Posted by David Greer in Business, Growth, Strategy | 0 comments

03.03.16

Are you an entrepreneur who has reached the point where the growth of your business is stuck? Are you at a plateau where it seems like you cannot break through the challenge of your current revenues? Whether that is $1M, $5M, $20M, or more. The challenge is that the people and actions that got you to your current point, will not take you to where you want to go next. If you are stuck in a plateau and want to grow your business, here are some areas to focus on.  

Create Predictable Profit

Posted by David Greer in Leadership, Performance, Strategy | 0 comments

18.02.16

I have known Shannon Byrne Susko for over a decade and in all that time she consistently has shown up with an amazing toolkit of solutions to help entrepreneurs increase their success—both revenue and profit growth. You can now access her amazing set of tools in her book The Metronome Effect: The Journey to Predictable Profit.  

Lead With Giants

Posted by David Greer in Leadership, Performance | 2 comments

Dan Forbes has an extraordinary vision to create 10,000 uplifting leaders. Take the pledge to be one of them. Dan's Lead With Giants movement is intended to help every one of us become better leaders. If you want to learn from other leaders how you can be a better leader, come join Dan's #LeadWithGiants TweetChat every Monday at 7:00 pm Eastern/4:00 pm Pacific. I have been fortunate to be able to cohost some of the Monday #LeadWithGiants TweetChats with him. They are engaging, insightful, and meaningful to help all of us who want to become better leaders. Please join us next Monday. If you need some extra inspiration to become a Lead With Giants member, take a look at one of the blog posts below that Dan has kindly allowed me to guest post on Lead With Giants.  

Finish Well

Posted by David Greer in Performance | 0 comments

04.02.16

How I finish my day in a large way decides how I will start my next day. For example, I’ve learned that I need to head to bed one hour before the time I want to be asleep. Since I need to average seven hours sleep a night it is pretty easy to work backwards to when I need to start the process of winding down for the day.  

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