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111 TIP: Good To Great by Jim Collins

In this episode, Preston and Stig review the best selling book, Good to Great, by Jim Collins. This book has been recommended by billionaire Jeff Bezos and numerous other successful business owners. This book teaches people how to focus on hiring the right people, getting divisions to perform like hedgehogs, and how to create flywheels that produce fantastic results.

IN THIS EPISODE, YOU’LL LEARN:
– Why the best company leaders consider themselves lucky rather than skilled, and why you should do the same.
– How to find the right people for your organization by asking “why” multiple times.
– Why and when it pays to be a pessimist in life and in business.
– Why the great companies would rather use technology as an accelerator, but never as a creator for their concepts.
– Why success always looks to be happening overnight, but in reality is always a question of consistency.

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