Driving to Church last Sunday, it hit me. An epiphany. Not a Christian epiphany, a corporate epiphany.
Do you ever wonder why some succeed and some don’t? Or wonder why some achieve excellence and others remain behind, being good or very good?
The secret? It’s so simple that most of us, myself included, bypass it or drastically discount it.
If you’ve ever read Good to Great or heard from others who’ve described what the bestselling business book is about, you know that good is the enemy of great.
And because of this, there’s one simple technique that we can all learn from history. And I’ll share it with you first thing tomorrow. Want to guess what it is?