The awesome company<br />Making the World Awesomer – One Thing at a Time<br />
The Art of Being Awesome<br />True awesomeness requires aligning resources, innovation, culture, paradigms, and other stuf...
Here is the exact same thing we said in the previous slide, but with a 3-D graphic. <br />
This conceptual framework repeats the same thing yet again, but in an innovative and thought provoking puzzle format. Note...
This graph provides firm statistical evidence that our methodology actually increases awesomeness. Note how the red line, ...
Assessment<br />Sucky or Awesome?<br />Have <br />Money?<br />Start<br />Get<br />Some<br />Sucky<br />No<br />Awesome<br ...
Our  Products<br />
Patrick Gallagher<br />Chief Awesomeness Officer<br />Patrick is  the founder of The Awesome Company, and is  a highly rec...
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An Awesome Presentation About The Awesome Company

  1. 1. The awesome company<br />Making the World Awesomer – One Thing at a Time<br />
  2. 2. The Art of Being Awesome<br />True awesomeness requires aligning resources, innovation, culture, paradigms, and other stuff in a way that integrates the cornerstones of potential awesomeness and provides a foundation for the mission critical performance of key indicators and core competencies to attain competitive, interwoven sustainable return on assets. Awesomeness is impactful, and concretizes existing frameworks for operationalizing your strategy. <br />Awesomeness is equal parts art and science, but mostly art. <br />
  3. 3. Here is the exact same thing we said in the previous slide, but with a 3-D graphic. <br />
  4. 4. This conceptual framework repeats the same thing yet again, but in an innovative and thought provoking puzzle format. Note how this slide is 15% more awesome than the last. That’s the kind of thing we do every day. <br />
  5. 5. This graph provides firm statistical evidence that our methodology actually increases awesomeness. Note how the red line, indicative of overall awesomeness, goes up. <br />Proof of Our Concept<br />
  6. 6. Assessment<br />Sucky or Awesome?<br />Have <br />Money?<br />Start<br />Get<br />Some<br />Sucky<br />No<br />Awesome<br />Yes<br />Optimal Awesomeness?<br />Hire Us<br />Yes<br />No<br />This process flow chart illustrates our Roadmap to Awesomeness™ . Note the multiple shapes and curving arrows, indicating complexity that only we would understand. <br />Roadmap to Awesomeness™<br />Explode Into a Fiery Supernova of Eternal Awesomeness <br />
  7. 7. Our Products<br />
  8. 8. Patrick Gallagher<br />Chief Awesomeness Officer<br />Patrick is the founder of The Awesome Company, and is a highly recognized, almost worshiped, expert in the field of awesomeness. In his spare time he leads a small communist nation in the Caribbean and speaks about teenage abstinence. <br />Chris Layden<br />VP, Bohemian Rhapsody<br />Chris drives overall strategy, and drives it hard, to ensure clients attain their awesomeness objectives. He also plans lavish parties and chairs the North American Flamboyance Guild. <br />VP, Cornrows & Innuendo <br />Pam wears many hats at TAC, such as the one shown in this picture. She leads our Wow Factor practice and directs global warming. Pam is the author of several inspirational business books, including Strategic Unfucking.<br />Pam Repass<br />Lacey Schnell<br />VP, Kate Hudsonness<br />We like to think of Lacey as our own little Kate Hudson, in much the same way we like to think of just about everyone as our own little Kate Hudson.<br />Phyllis Williams<br />VP, Myarketing & Sorcery<br />Phyllis uses black magic, alchemy, and feminine wiles to bring our myessage to the myarketplace and to ensure that our interventions achieve the appearance of results. Phyllis practices naughtiness and nasalyoga in her spare time. <br />Tac leadership team<br />

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