If that's a question for you, read on.
Let me start by saying, hats off to the self-implementers of EOS (the Entrepreneurial Operating System based on the book Traction by Gino Wickman). It means you have a determined spirit, and that you care deeply about improving the way you run your organization.
I know. I was one of those scrappy, resolute people who was inspired by the book, and confident we could do it on our own at Mint Roofing.
After struggling for about a year, we realized that reading a book can tell you a lot about how something is done, but it doesn’t necessarily mean you’ll be able to do it. Can you be a good golfer after reading a book? Can you ski a black diamond run because you watched a YouTube video?
This is not meant as a criticism of anyone who has gone this route. There are plenty of success stories from organizations who have self-implemented. But how do you know what you don’t know?
For our company, we eventually hired a professional implementer. I think so highly of this operating system, I began helping other businesses with their Traction process, and went on to become a trained implementer. You can learn more at vivid360.net
As part of that process, I realized that there’s not a lot of assistance out there for self-implementers. That’s where I can help with the Traction Reboot. Rather than starting with a traditional implementation, we can take a look at where you’re at in your process; how you’re using the tools; clear up any questions or confusion; and get you totally dialed in.
And then you WILL know what you didn’t know.
P.S. If you’re interested in being part of a peer learning group, sign up here. These groups will allow users of Traction to learn from each other, and share best practices.