Every last one of us is an investor - making bets on the returns of our limited time & energy. And we have stakeholders depending on us. Use...
..the Theory of Constraints
to help you find the best ROI on investments of time & money.
Amidst the complex system of factors
contributing to achievement of your goals,
the single best investment will always be
that constraint which impacts (and limits)
all other factors you might choose to invest in
that contribute to success.
Investing in any factor
that is weighed down by any other
will create lower ROI.
IN OTHER WORDS
The highest ROI comes from
investing in that "Big Domino"
that if optimized,
many, most, or all other factors
you might invest in:
1. Will also naturally begin to improve
2. Will be easier to improve
THIS SEEMS LIKE COMMON SENSE
except that I see nearly every CEO or exec I work with
often operating as if they've completely forgotten it.
(myself included - ask my own coaches).
#CEOs & other Executives
who want help solving $10M problems with more ease
by leveraging pragmatic approaches
like the Theory of Constraints
to set up a virtual coffee
and have an exploratory chat.