Big Red Car here. Another great day in the ATX and why not? So we’ve been chatting about what makes a successful CEO, those critical character traits and skills that seem to be possessed by those rare beasties. Things that others can emulate and copy on their way to success. [Hey, "monkey see" "monkey do" is a legitimate personal growth strategy, haha, Big Red Car.]
One of those elements of success at the CEO level is the ability to organize things in an orderly manner and to harness the clarity of that organization to provide insights as to how to proceed — how to take the next step. In many ways, organization is the prelude to preparation. Preparation is prelude to action.
Organize, prepare, act — hmmm, sounds similar to crawl, walk, run. They are related, Old Sport. Oh, yes, they are.