The Concept of a Peer-To-Peer Group in Business Is Not New
Since his business start-up ten years ago, Jerry has steady growth, with inputs from friends, family and vendors. However, the complexity of his larger business is challenging his capabilities and capacities. How can he continue to grow and remain comfortable while managing more complexity?
Jerry found, like thousands of growth driven CEO’s that utilizing the “Peer to Peer” concept of like-minded people in similar situations. Jerry’s “Peer to Peer” members enjoy challenging, supporting and holding each other accountable.
What is Jerry’s outcome? He experiences more clarity of thought, new insights, more confidence in decision making and the ability to continue to scale and grow profitably, ensuring his legacy.
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