Profit from the Power of Change

It’s possible to grow exponentially while simultaneously building a long-term, sustainable organization. Apple is one such company. There are other examples, of course, and all of them have intention, drive, and purpose that create massive excitement in the world of business and the world at large.

It's Not About Profits It's About Success

As much as we'd like to believe that everyone is optimistic, forward-thinking, and generous, we look around and know that’s not true. We know that it’s often possible for a forward-thinking company leader to be surrounded by employees who don't have an Abundance Mentality, but a Scarcity Mentality.

Creating Magic in Your Business

When a company only thinks of profits, it ignores hundreds, thousands, and even millions of small things that it thinks are valueless. These are things like morale, employee engagement, employee retention, and the company's impact on its community and the world at large.

How to Organize a Quarterly Planning Session

To put your strategy for growth into action, you need a series of organized planning sessions. As we've mentioned before, thinking strategically is a constant approach to execution planning. In addition to annual meetings, every 90 days, you’ll revisit and reassess the effects of the zeros you’re adding and whether you’re achieving your priorities and goals. You’ll update your quarterly action plans to reflect your findings.

Your Strategy Sessions Are Important for Your Growth

Thinking strategically is not a once-a-year event. It’s a constant approach to execution planning. If you've never done this before, you need to do a strategic thinking session as soon as possible, followed by a deep-dive every year.

Creating a Plan of Action for Change

Your planning really needs to be about how to execute the strategies you develop. You need to have short-term execution plans that carry out your strategies for adding zeros to the 5 Disciplines for Exponential Growth. This means that everyone needs to be on the same page and everyone needs to know who is doing what.