In Episode 74, Jason Blumer and Greg Kyte set out to unravel the Entrepreneurial Operating System. First they talk about how meetings are handled in EOS; their purpose and benefits. Then they invite guest Mike Paton to help them work through some of the key components of EOS including issues, rocks, and more. Paton helps them understand when an accounting firm might choose to implement EOS. If this system sounds interesting to you, you’ll want to come to Deeper Weekend and learn more!
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Mentioned in the show:
Become a Thriveal Member!
Growth Guide by Jason Blumer
Monthly Thriveal Intro Call
Get A Grip
What The Heck is a Level 10 Meeting? (blog)
Audio Engineering by: Aaron Dowd
Produced by: Jennifer Blumer
About our guest: Mike Paton
Mike Paton has spent a lifetime learning from entrepreneurs. Today he works hard to give back – as a speaker, author, certified EOS Implementer, and as the Visionary for EOS Worldwide.
Paton grew up in a family of entrepreneurs. He cut his teeth in banking, then spent more than ten years running (or helping run) four entrepreneurial companies. In 2007, while trying to take a $7 million company to the next level, he found himself stuck and more than a little frustrated. His search for answers led to Gino Wickman, and to EOS. Paton quickly became a passionate advocate of the system and leader of a vibrant and growing community of professional EOS Implementers, clients, and fans. He’s now conducted more than 1,000 full-day EOS sessions with leadership teams of more than 100 entrepreneurial companies.
During his journey, Paton wrote Get A Grip: An Entrepreneurial Fable with Gino Wickman. He’s also become an award-winning speaker who’s helped thousands of entrepreneurs learn and begin implementing EOS at dynamic, value-packed keynote…
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