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IWAS READING a powerful article recently about building a conscious company from a systems perspective. It got me thinking about the idea of how we tend to create success measures.

It matters because those measures drive all behavior in your company.

The question is: What if we would adopt our customers’ measures of success as our own? What would happen?

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growth-1140534_640ARE YOU DOING SOMETHING AMAZING in your business?

I’m seeing a powerful trend in 2015 and 2016 of companies which are out to change the world.  Or at least their corner of the world.

It’s almost as if people are waking up to the fact that there’s more to life than money.  Not that money’s bad, but that it doesn’t actually change the world for the better until you apply it to making something better.

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MICHAEL HYATT Michael Hyattis a powerful speaker and leader in the area of values-based companies.  I was listening to a recent podcast on this topic this week where he reinforced one of my key messages:

Stated values are fine, but they don’t make a difference until you take action.

It’s a simple concept, really, and should be blindingly obvious.  After all, when your favorite cable company states that they’re “customer oriented,” do you believe it when they’re also not showing up for appointments?  When they don’t answer your questions over the phone?

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