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Chuck Blakeman started and built seven successful businesses in 25 years both in the U.S. and internationally, and now uses his leadership experience to help business owners live significantly. His company, The Crankset Group, provides outcome- based mentoring and peer advisory for business owners in the U.S., Europe, Africa, and Asia.

Chuck sold one of his businesses to the largest consumer fulfillment company in America and led three other $10-$100 million companies through repositioning. He presently leads the Crankset Group and a for-profit business based in Africa that is solving poverty by building local economies.

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    If You Always Do What You’ve Always Done, Consider This: If You Always Do What You’ve Always Done, Consider This: Presentation Transcript

    • 10 Questions to Grow Your Business with Chuck Blakeman, founder of The Crankset Group we help you discover smarter ways to think, grow, and live.
    • This presentation consists of 10 highlights from the interview with @MoeAbdou, founder & host of 33voices®.
    • Chuck Blakeman Chuck Blakeman started and built seven successful businesses in 25 years both in the U.S. and internationally, and now uses his leadership experience to help business owners live significantly. His company, The Crankset Group, provides outcome- based mentoring and peer advisory for business owners in the U.S., Europe, Africa, and Asia. Chuck sold one of his businesses to the largest consumer fulfillment company in America and led three other $10-$100 million companies through repositioning. He presently leads the Crankset Group and a for-profit business based in Africa that is solving poverty by building local economies. @ChuckBlakeman
    • If you always do what you’ve always done,
    • consider this
    • 1 How often do you ask ‘why’ you do things the way you do? try it now.
    • 2 Do you know that just maybe, the two biggest changes in business today are participation and sharing? has your company adapted?
    • 3 Do you respect that this generation’s best talent is no longer interested in having a job? Instead, they want meaning. how do you provide that?
    • 4 As an entrepreneur, you probably don’t want anyone to call you an employee, so, stop calling members of your company employees. opt for stakeholders.
    • 5 Do you know what will happen when you stop giving your team tasks and start giving them responsibility? Infinitely greater productivity.
    • 6 Have you figured out that people hate being managed? Try leading instead.
    • 7 Does your business have a bigger reason for existing other than making money? Just remember that doing good leads to much greater profitability.
    • 7 Does your business have a bigger reason for existing other than making money? Just remember that doing good leads to much greater profitability.
    • 8 Do you think more like an industrialist or a capitalist? Industrialist prefers big, where as a capitalist is about making a ‘dent in the universe’
    • 9 Have you realized that separating work and play is a big red flag? It signals unhappiness somewhere.
    • 10 Do you try to under-promise and over-deliver? Just know that your best customer prefers consistency or one great experience.
    • REALLY REFLECT... What would your business look like if you had no written policy, no manager and no vacation time?
    • Connect WITH US! Tell us what you think Chase@33voices.com