Business Bullseye: Take Dead Aim and Achieve Great Success
by Jim Spurlino
This title was previously available on NetGalley and is now archived.
Pub Date 02 Mar 2021 | Archive Date 19 May 2021
From seasoned business owner and entrepreneur Jim Spurlino comes Business Bullseye, a practical and effective guide to leading small- to medium-sized businesses to success.
“If you fail to plan, then you plan to fail.” This adage is true of many facets of life, and jumpstarting a business is no exception. Though thousands of businesses are founded each year, many fail at the hands of owners who lack the knowledge or focus needed to prosper. That’s where Business Bullseye comes in.
From his years of launching, leading, and ultimately selling a successful business, Jim Spurlino knows that one of the key facets of the planning process is identifying a precise target goal and placing that target at the forefront of every business decision.
Written for entrepreneurs from all walks of business and life, Business Bullseye provides the insight, tools, and guidance needed to launch your business to new heights. With a refreshingly realistic perspective and clear, actionable advice, Spurlino outlines a variety of universal concepts that emphasize establishing a clear and concise bullseye, and the necessary steps to taking dead aim and hitting it.
Punctuated by real-life stories, Business Bullseye inspires, entertains, and combines salient business lessons with spot-on advice from a successful entrepreneur, advice that will lead you and your business to hit the bullseye every single time.
"Business Bullseye is a book for all small business owners that is full of lessons on the importance of culture building, integrity, fact-based decision making, and having a learning mindset when building a valuable business. Jim Spurlino demonstrates that companies in highly competitive markets can create enduring value with the right target and the right team.” —Tom Hedrick, Operating Partner, The Stephens Group LLC
"In Business Bullseye, key leadership lessons are brought to light through vivid, real-life stories—some of successes, some of failures—which provide readers the opportunity to learn from someone who has launched a successful business. Including candid self-reflection, this book touches on every important aspect of creating and sustaining a successful business.” —John Pepper, Former CEO, Procter & Gamble
“As with his business career, Jim nails it with this book. His use of real-life experiences (many of which are entertaining and humorous) to translate critical business concepts is perfectly crafted. For anyone who wants to start or grow a business, Jim provides invaluable direction. Business Bullseye is a fun read.” —Dave Reed, Partner, Taft Stettinius & Hollister
"I bore witness to the fact that Jim took ‘dead aim‛ in building his company into a superior and successful supplier of the world’s most commonly used material, concrete. However, even more impressive was that along the way he also took ‘dead aim‛ at always living/operating by the golden rule: establishing, sharing, and abiding by a core set of values. Learn from Jim, as I have, by reading Business Bullseye.” —Frank Craddock, Executive Vice President, Cemex USA
"Business Bullseye is full of insights about the principles, values, strategies, and practices that drive successful businesses: big, medium, or small. It’s a business leadership manual like none other I have read. A must-read for aspiring as well as current business leaders.” —Roy Bostock, Chairman and CEO, retired, D’Arcy Masius Benton & Bowles, Inc.; Vice Chairman, retired, Delta Airlines; Former Chairman, Yahoo! and Northwest Airlines