Belichick and Brady of the Patriots wouldn’t have won Superbowl 51 if the rest of the team wasn’t onboard with the plays.
Can you imagine if each player had their own plan? Chaos would ensue.
In sports, just like in business, each player must agree on the winning strategy.
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So you have ideas on what to do. Great.
But that’s the easy part. What is most challenging is the act of choosing, and saying no to distracting opportunities. A necessary evil to keep your organization focused on key goals.
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