A few years ago, one of my relatives who used to own a lawn-mowing business was telling me a story about how the crew members were perfectionists about the lawns. “After we’re done, we walk across the street into the adjoining neighbors’ yards, etc., to make sure we’ve done a great job trimming,” he said. …
There are numerous reasons for engaging in a CEO advisory group. Sadly, as a long time CEO myself, I personally experienced the pitfalls of the “lonely at the top syndrome,” yet never had the opportunity to participate in a CEO group. Truth be told, if I could do it all over again, I would definitely …
Breaks my heart. According to Bloomberg, 8 out of 10 entrepreneurs who start businesses fail within the first 18 months. A whopping 80% crash and burn. But why? What can we learn from the colossal amount of failure with small business that we can apply to our own business aspirations? In my 30 [...]
When I first wrote last year about Zappos’ efforts to introduce a self-managing system called Holacracy, I said that for most companies to adopt such an approach would take “time, a leap of faith and an act of unusual self-effacement by their leaders”. An extraordinary memo from Tony Hsieh, chief executive of the Amazon-owned online shoe retailer, has underlined just how difficult it is. In the memo, published by Quartz this week, Mr Hsieh says that in the face of potential resistance, the compa
After years of leading teams and watching some of the best startup CEOs in the world, I’ve learned that the most important metrics are often ones you never read about on the income statement or in the financial press.
Consider how you spend your time. Now imagine being five times more productive. Not 5 percent more productive. 500 percent more productive—meaning you can accomplish on Monday what it used to take all week to do. Sound too magical to be believed? Absolutely. But, as Thomas Pynchon wrote: “Sure this is magic, but not necessarily fantasy.”
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