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Are you playing to win or playing not to lose?

A famous professional snowboarder is known for his outstanding performances in the 2006, 2008 and 2010 Winter Olympics when he won a gold medal in every Olympic halfpipe event. Yet, in 2014 this same Olympian finished fourth in the 2014 Sochi Olympics leaving without any medals. From 2006-2010 this professional snowboarder was playing to win, but come 2014 he was simply playing not to lose. So ask yourself, are you playing to win? Or are you playing not to lose?

Assured Strategies is here to challenge your thinking. We guide and stay with you while you and your team continue to aim for growth and to create company alignment, a stronger leadership team and a culture of accountability. We successfully guide leaders to:

1. Become unstuck in the growth process.
2. Create a sustainable culture of accountability.
3. Learn different tools and techniques to guide your team to profitable growth.
4. Increase company morale and team work.
5. Increase your cash flow.

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Customer Reviews

We have been extremely successful in the past. We realized that we were stuck and not growing as fast as projected. We found our decision making process very complex. After meeting with David Chavez I was relieved by his simplistic approach to developing and executing a concise strategic plan. I now understand I needed to get past the humility and make the investment. Working with David has been an exceedingly positive and progressive venture.

Working with the Gazelles system has allowed our company to plan for and achieve success. Knowing about best practices is a far cry from adopting them. All the leaders in our company attend the Four Decisions Workshop to learn how the Gazelles strategic tools direct real implementation of those best methods. Working with David Chavez and the Gazelles system focused our team on doing the right things to grow our business. If you want better results and more time I strongly suggest you and your team spend some time with David.