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Great by Choice Epilogue and FAQ
Epilogue Increasing Prevalent View“..Greatness owes more to circumstance, even luck, than to action and discipline-that what happens to us matters more than what we do.”Slide3
EpilogueIt’s a Matter of Choice Not Luck“Greatness is not primarily a matter of circumstance; greatness is first and foremost a matter of conscious choice and discipline.”Slide4
EpilogueLife Offers No Guarantees We still must act even when game-ending events and unbendable forces threaten our strongest and most disciplined effortsSlide5
EpilogueWhat Choice Do We Make?When we are afraid, exhausted, or tempted…Do we abandon our values?Do we give in?Do we accept average performance?
Do we give up on our dreams when we are slammed by brutal facts?Slide6
EpilogueIn the EndWe are free to choose, free to become GREAT BY CHOICE!Slide7
FAQQ: To what extent did the Level 5 leaders in Good to Great exhibit 10Xer behaviors?Slide8
FAQQ: Is there a relationship between the SMaC recipe and the Hedgehog Concept from Good to Great?Slide9
FAQ Do you have any guidance for how to craft a SMaC Recipe?Slide10
FAQDo you see this book as about the past or the future?Slide11
FAQ My world feels fairly stable right now; does this apply to me?Slide12
FAQAre you more or less optimistic and hopeful after conducting this study?Slide13
FAQDo you see the causes of chaos and uncertainty as primarily economic?http://news.cnet.com/8301-13578_3-20014563-38.htmlSlide14Slide15