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Advanced praise for Further, Faster from other notable authors and business people
|“Running better meetings, sharing your Vivid Vision, and crafting a unique strategy with flawless execution are key principles I have lived and written about over the past decade. Bill continues to expand on these principles to help leaders confidently predict the future of their businesses.”|
—Cameron Herold, founder of COO Alliance and author of Meetings Suck, Vivid Vision, and Free PR
“Feeling ever more stuck in the status quo? Exhausted from trying to drag your team toward the goal line? Ready to leave industrial-era images of leadership behind and shift into a twenty-first-century mindset? If the answer to any or all of those questions is yes, then Bill Flynn’s fine new book is for you! From his decades of progressive business coaching, Bill shares insights on how to shift into effective team focus, how to design collaborative systems that work for everyone in your organization, and how to help focus the whole team on the importance of cash in creating a healthy construct in which everyone involved comes out ahead! A fine read for any leader of the future!”
—Ari Weinzweig, co-founding partner of Zingerman’s Community of Businesses and author of Zingerman’s Guide to Good Leading (Parts 1, 2, 3, and 4)
“Finally! A book that boils down the overabundance of leadership guidance and business systems into the few foundational things you need to get started. Bill has a talent for boiling down complex concepts to their essence and sharing them crisply and concisely—making them easy to understand and take action on immediately. Further, Faster is no different—leaders will enjoy this useful book.”
—Shannon Susko, award-winning entrepreneur and coach, best-selling author, recognized as one of Canada’s 150 Women