1. Clarify the winDefine what is important at every level of the organization.

2. Think steps, not programsBefore you start anything, make sure it takes you where you need to go.

3. Narrow the focusDo fewer things in order to make a greater impact.

4. Prep well and have short meetingsSay only what you need to say to the people who need to hear it.

5. Listen to outsidersFocus on who you’re trying to reach, not who you’re trying to keep.

6. Replace yourselfLearn to hand off what you do.

7. Evaluate, Evaluate, EvaluateTake time to evaluate your work

8. Celebrate WinsParty with your people.

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