Strategic Growth Journal
The day-to-day of business gets a little crazy and it's hard to find time to work on the business rather than in it.
A journal that guides you through planning and execution for growth.
We've taken our growth methodology and created a hardback form for those that love to have a tangible plan in their hands.
Whether alone or combined with our Breakthrough platform, you have the foundation for driving growth
Develop your annual vision and goals using your growth journal.
Setting your high-level strategy on an annual basis helps you stay aligned and acts as a compass to keep you on track.
It's easy to get distracted when you run or lead a business. Months go by and we realize that our big initiatives are no closer to reality.
With our Growth Journal, your annual strategy is laid out in a structured format at the front to consistent return to.
Use your growth journal to plan your month for success.
Each month is a period of time to make progress on your goals and requires that you clearly define what and how to accomplish them.
Understand what your goals, KPIs, risks, and the people you need to rely on for success. With our growth journal, you can set the foundation for your month to then break into weekly tasks that allow you to execute your strategy.
Execute your growth strategy on a weekly basis with our journal.
Each week and day are how you dig down and get traction on your business.
Create your tasks, track progress and make sure that you have the rhythm in chorus with your annual vision and monthly strategy.
Together with our entire structured growth journal, you'll be able to work on the business instead of in it.
Utilize our Breakthrough resources with your journal to improve your strategy.
What makes our journal truly powerful? We've combined our video classes and resources to help you along.
Smart business leaders pair their journal with our online Breakthrough platform to organize their strategy, share and collaborate across their team.
Why use a growth journal for business?
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