Why only 13 Percent of Companies Successfully Execute Their Strategy – and How Yours Can Be One of Them
A Holistic Transformation System Designed for CEOs and their Teams
‘One of the Top 5 Business Books in the World for 2015’ – Frankfurt Book Fair
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Amazing things happen when you are willing to declare the impossible to be possible –– without any evidence or idea how you’re going to make it a reality. It’s all a function of the conversations you engage in. And the conversations that create every dimension of your life are the conversations that cause your business to succeed or not.
“What seemingly impossible outcome would you be absolutely willing to commit to having in your business?”
Discover what’s standing in the way of you having your seemingly impossible outcome?
“What conversation is standing in the way of you having what you say you are committed to having in your life and business?”
Customers do business with the companies that are committed to solving their greatest issues. They look last at what you do and they respond first to WHO you are for them.
WHO will you need to BE to have what you declare you are committed to having in your life/business?
When you know what you’re committed to, and who you’re committed to being for others, suddenly it looks like everything to have what you declared you want is missing. It’s not. Suddenly there’s a surprising gap that opens up to show you where all the opportunities reside.
They’ve been there all along – you just couldn’t see them yet.
What are the gaps that need to be closed for you to experience the results you declare you are committed to having in your life and business?
“Thirteeners is truly unique! In a world of content overload about every topic imaginable, the idea of another business book on leadership did not create a burning desire within me to read it – however, the utter respect I had for the people who recommended it to me, and the first few pages, quickly altered my context for why this was THE BOOK, I needed to read now!”Michael Mushlin, Entrepreneur & Coach
The first claim made by the author is shocking – 87% of companies fail to successfully execute a pre-determined key strategy in a given year. Imagine the wasted cost and opportunity. Imagine what could be achieved if things just worked. In other words, you want to be operating in the winning zone, being a so-called Thirteener – one of the 13% who consistently execute strategy and understand the necessity of interaction and connectedness.I. Darren, Journalist/Editor
THIRTEENERS is filled with pure wisdom. One of the best books I have read on business. Running the operations of a small marketing company, I see how many of the principles and connection points can be applied to take the company to the next level and flourish. Thank you Dan for the wisdom in this book. The information is radical and transformational.”Megan Unsworth, COO, Perfect Funnel System