“Add A Little Vision To Your Business”, Insights From Mike Paton, EOS Visionary Worldwide

August 10th, 2019 by Richard (Ric) Franzi, MBA


Mike Paton works hard to give back-as an award winning speaker, best selling author, Certified EOS Implementer, and as the Visionary for EOS Worldwide. He discovered the Entrepreneurial Operating System (EOS) a little over a decade ago and instantly recognized the power of this simple way of operating a small business. He quickly became an ardent advocate of EOS, joined the Professional EOS Implementer Community, and committed himself to helping other entrepreneurs get the results they want from their businesses.

1.Visionaries are a great asset to have within your business. The visionary comes up with big ideas, keeps up with trends within your industry, and pushes through barriers. A visionary is someone that sees no limit to the company’s success and opportunities and ultimately comes up with ways to get the end goal achieved. Having a motivated visionary that is passionate about the business and the business’s mission can be the key component to groundbreaking accomplishments for your company.

 2.The EOS model is a visual illustration of the six key components that entrepreneurs struggle with from day-to-day. The “six key components of a truly great business” are symptoms that consist of the same problems, challenges, and obstacles that early entrepreneurs struggled with. By understanding the components you are able to recognize that challenges entrepreneurs face before they happen within your business, or before they become a huge problem. These components consist of the Visual, Component, the People Component, the Data Component, the Issues Component, the Process Component, and the Traction Component.

 3.The EOS process. A series of full day session around a conference table with the executive team teaching them how to implement the EOS process within their day to day routines, how to strengthen the six key components, and then the system has become their own way of operating their businesses. As an entrepreneur this system has proven to strengthen the core of the business and maintain focus on the issue that needs the most attention. The overall benefits of the system is that it provides a response to the common frustrations that many business owners experience on a daily basis, such as a sense of control over your business and a lack of profit.

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