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The Sustain-Ability™ Approach takes into consideration your priorities – your real priorities. Not the ones that plague you everyday. Under intense pressure, most executives will look for the easiest or quickest way to make a decision. The Sustain-Ability™ approach supports finding the best solution looking at three drivers:

  1. Clarity: Your lens through which you view the people, problems, opportunities, resources and such. If the lens is dirty, blurry or cracked, you won’t see very clearly.
  2. Conviction: Your compass, powered and directed by your values and those things that matter most to you – the important things as S. Truett Cathy said. Lose sight of those important things, your compass is no longer calibrated properly and you’ll find you quickly get lost and wonder why.
  3. Courage: Your stamina or staying power when things get rough, as they will. The difference between one who fails and one who succeeds is commitment. That takes guts.

Calibrating these three drivers will propel you and your organization in the right direction.

“I think I’d like to be remembered as one who kept my priorities in the right order. We live in a changing world, but we need to remember that the important things haven’t changed…”
-S. Truett Cathy, Founder of Chick Fil A

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