Episode 215: How to Get More of What You Want from your Business with Emily RansoneApr 26, 2022
In this episode, learn from Emily Ransone on what the Entrepreneurial Operating System is and how you can leverage it in your business.
What we chat about in this episode:
-How to apply EOS (Entrepreneurial Operating System) in your business
-The tools included in in the EOS system and how you can begin to use them immediately
-The concept of “delegating and elevating” in order to focus more
PUBLISHED AUTHOR + CO-FOUNDER OF MAGNUS + BUSINESS COACH/EOS IMPLEMENTER + COMMUNITY VOLUNTEER
Emily Ransone loves to say she is enjoying a very multi-faceted career these days. As a business owner, EOS® Implementer (business coach), Peer Group Facilitator with Twelve Mavens, published author, sought-after speaker and workshop facilitator, and active community volunteer, Emily has developed a passion for helping clients, friends and colleagues get more of what they want from life.
As an entrepreneur and business owner, Emily and her two partners have been experimenting with new business models for the furniture industry since 2014. While running their 35-year office furniture dealership, they developed their first start-up Swivelfly, a service that provides modern furniture to companies on a monthly subscription basis. More recently, they have fully morphed the tired, outdated furniture dealer model, into Magnus, shaped on the direct-to-consumer industry framework, supplying in-stock, fast-turn furniture at a 30% savings.
Early in her ownership journey, Emily realized that their team needed a vision and plan to bring high-impact results. She found the perfect set of simple, effective tools and principles in the Entrepreneurial Operating System® (EOS) back in 2015. With these tools and practices, she and her leadership team aligned around their vision, executing to that common vision with discipline and accountability. The outcome has been a healthy team that clearly knows where they are going, how to get there and having the ultimate accountability delivering results. This is the magic formula that helped the team run the daily office furniture dealership, alongside developing two start-ups. Emily uses the example of flying a 747 airplane, while changing the model to a Dreamliner.
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