In HyperLeverage - Do More With What You Have For Exceptional Results you will learn how to create HyperLeverage, the proactive, intentional and systematic use and exploitation of leverage. You will learn how to create the mindset that allows business professionals to fully capitalize on their assets, resources and opportunities in order to create added value and realize optimal returns.
With a career spanning more than 30 years of entrepreneurship and executive management, Joel Goobich has advised startups, small and medium-sized businesses, and enterprise-level companies.
Through his business consultancy Big Picture Advisors, Joel helps business leaders explore a wider business canvas and create a new strategic vision—one that leverages all of an organization’s assets to realize an optimal return on investment.
We tend to accept what we see, hear or experience at face value. It's a singular view that is more often than not comprised of a collection of aspects that we can always discern.
This is my bubble for this week - It's about a simple methodology I call the Leverage Prism and how anyone - can deconstruct a singular notion and uncover the underlying components to see what is truly important and adds value.
HyperLeverage - Do More With What You Have For Exceptional Results
As a result of my experience as a business owner with Colorations®, I developed a new way of assessing value to help other business owners and executive teams. I call it the Leverage Prism, and today, through my business consultancy, I use it to help companies with their strategic planning, business growth initiatives, and exit strategies. You remember studying prisms in school. Those glass triangles that allow white light to enter on one side, bend it at an acute angle, and separate into a full spectrum of colors—a rainbow. Without looking through a prism, who would know that all those colors were inside white light? They are, and that’s the value of a prism. It deconstructs the light so you can see components of that light, which would otherwise be invisible to the naked eye. My colleague was using a prism to look at the assets I’d created in building Colorations. He saw things that I hadn’t seen.