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Stalking The Impossible


"it's not possible."


Revenue goal. Profitability goal. Whatever goal.



As soon as I hear this,


I get excited.



I'm wired to prove people wrong.


Myself first and foremost.



As Walt Disney said it:


"It's kind of fun to do the impossible."



What if more of your direct reports


your team, your organization


operated this way?



What if you did?


(Org/Team #Culture always starts at the top)


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Everything starts with your perspective.



→ Belief that there MUST be a way.



→ You just don't see it (yet).



→ How might we? How might anyone?



Then 150% commitment.



🔺 If everyone you love was kidnapped


🔺 Liam Neeson 'Taken' style, and


🔺 you had to achieve an 'Impossibility' to save them,


🔺 what exactly would you do?



Now apply this thinking to your 'business impossibility.'



I bet you'd welcome help.



🟢 Someone to help you see blindspots.



🟢 A sparring partner to attack & expose


 limits in your thinking and execution.



🟢 Someone who has seen & helped others 


 achieve the impossible via pragmatic means. 


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Let me paraphrase Neeson's 'Taken' character:



→ If you are looking for a magic wand or a formula 


 I can tell you I don't have it 


 (no one does).



→ But what I do have are a very particular set of skills


 and highly effective, pragmatic frameworks.



→ All that I have acquired by stalking the impossible,


 achieving it myself and with others.



→ All making me invaluable for an exec like you,


 for an organization with seemingly impossible goals.


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🔹 See, it starts with perspective


 that impossible can be achieved.



🔹 But it continues with tactics


 consistently & pragmatically applied.



🔹 And it usually requires help


 (rarely is Impossible achieved without help)



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If you're a #CEO#COO, or #CRO


and are feeling the weight of


what feels like an impossible goal...



▶️ REACH OUT ◀️



...and we can discuss


how an independent Operating Partner (iOP)


like myself (or one of my adjunct iOPs)


can help you stalk the impossible


pragmatically, systematically, more effectively.

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