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What is a System?

by Andrew Amrhein on 09/26

What is a System?

Great systems help ordinary people do extraordinary things. However, in my experience, a very simple fact is often overlooked. In our zeal to create great systems, we forget that a system is rarely more than a checklist.

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Preparing for Winter!

by Brian Nolan on 11/09

It's here...the start of the inevitable seasonal slow down. Between the holidays and weather, it's just more difficult to get the telephone ringing and people to commit. One of my favorite themes is: “turn your worry into action”.

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9 Elements to Developing your 2016 Business Plan

by Brian Nolan on 11/23

9 Elements to Developing your 2016 Business Plan

It’s that time of year again! The days are shorter, it gets dark at 4:30 and the phones are quieting down. Sounds like it’s time to work on a 2016 business plan! At Summit, we coach to plan annually and update quarterly.  Here are our top 9 Elements to consider for your plan:

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Big Rocks and Action Items

by Kathryn Freeman on 12/11

Big Rocks and Action Items

For most of you, the budgeting process for 2016 is complete and, as Brian wrote in our last blog, now is the time to move into the annual planning that will make all that revenue happen.  I want to take this opportunity to focus in on the Annual Action Item list.  This list, in conjunction with your Big Rocks, will be your GPS for the upcoming year.  Let’s take a few minutes to work on how you develop it!

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Your 2016 Vision and Goals

by Conal Mulreany on 01/07

Your 2016 Vision and Goals

Companies that hit their goals don’t do so flying by the seat of their pants; they come up with a plan and stick to it! Many of you’re working on this year’s business plan, looking at projected revenue, growth, FOS goals, equipment needs, training and much more. It’s safe to say you’re expanding your vision; you’re trying to get your head around this plan. Hint! Don’t go it alone, involve your team!

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