This is part five of a five part series. If you haven't already, start with the Introduction to Priority Mapping. It's easier to go faster when your team's rowing the same direction. Squares give you the foundation to get your team on the same page with your strategy today, tomorrow and in the

## Priority Mapping Part 4 – How to find your Squares that Work

This is part four of a five part series. If you haven't already, start with the Introduction to Priority Mapping. If you're looking to scale, the quality of your revenue matters. Imagine you’re looking at two different companies. Both are doing $10M in revenue, one looks like the company on the

## Priority Mapping Part 3 – How to break down your Goals with Squares

This is part three of a five part series. If you haven't already, start with the Introduction to Priority Mapping. How do you solve a complex problem? Simple, break it down into its component parts. So if revenue is your goal, then where that money’s going to come from and what you’re going

## Priority Mapping Part 2 – How to Define your Squares

This is part two of a five part series. If you haven't already, start with the Introduction to Priority Mapping. I love the simplicity of the Squares grid. I find it’s such an easy way to visualize what we want and don’t want. Too bad life isn’t so simple. The 2x2 view gets you in

## Priority Mapping Part 1 – Building your Strategy with Squares

This is part one of a five part series. If you haven't already, start with the Introduction to Priority Mapping. The idea behind Priority Mapping is to find something that works, do it more often and keep getting better at it on the way to reaching your goals. Squares give you the puzzle

## An Introduction to Priority Mapping

It's the question I asked myself when I started my career and it's the question I asked myself everyday as we grew the company. How do we know we're working on the right things? And then like most, I’d go down the rabbit hole of questions. How does this align with our strategy? How do we

## Time to go back to work

What was supposed to be just a few months turned into a much needed and brilliant year off. And by off, I mean really off. No consideration of what to do next, no planning a next venture, no networking, nothing. But it’s time to put on that uniform again, get out of the house and get back to