In the latest episode of happytans, we discussed the Entrepreneurial Operating System (EOS) with Drew Spurgers who has implemented it in their own business and is now a trainer of the EOS methodology. Here are three key takeaways for listeners:
- EOS is a set of tools to help business owners achieve their goals, with a focus on implementation and execution rather than just theory. It helps businesses strengthen the six key components to address daily issues entrepreneurs face.
- The first component of EOS is vision, which involves setting clear goals for the business and ensuring that everyone shares the vision through a quarterly state of the company meeting. It’s crucial for younger generations who want to work for something more than just a paycheck.
- Traction is the bottom component of the EOS model and aims to bring the vision down to the ground and achieve it. It requires the discipline of productivity and accountability and teaches two disciplines called “rocks” and meeting pulses.
If you’re a business owner looking to stay on track and grow your business, this episode is for you!
- Contact Drew and learn about the EOS!