How to Be the Best at What Matters Most How to Be the Best at What Matters Most

By Kelsy Harms on May 23, 2013




“What are the 2 or 3 things that if you do those 2 or 3 things really well you would be successful?” Joe Calloway began his presentation at E|SPACES last week asking the audience this question. From his experience most people don’t answer this question well and most companies try to do too many things.

Joe Calloway’s new book, Be The Best At What Matters Most, is about how market leading companies win with focus and clarity on those factors that their customers find most valuable. Joe’s main case study on how it’s being done is Nashville company bytes of knowledge. Joining Joe at E|SPACES May 14, 2013 was Julie May and Gary Hornbuckle who shared the ideas that made their profits skyrocket and how you can do the same in your business.

Joe shared “successful businesses aren’t the ones that do the most things, they’re the ones that do the most important things.” What are those important things? Listen to his presentation above to get the full scoop and download a free chapter of his book here.

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