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In the past six months, I have visited four high-end hotels where the waiter informed me that they were out of English Breakfast Tea, the beverage that provides the perfect cup of ambition to start my day. Instead, the waiters advised I should try Earl Grey Tea.

Earl Grey Tea takes its name from the second Earl Grey, British Prime Minister in the 1830’s, who reputedly received a gift of tea flavored with bergamot oil from a Chinese nobleman. The Earl brewed some of the heavily-scented, flowery- tasting swill and remarked, “I say. This is rather nasty.”

Bill Ballester

During my years as a coach and business consultant, I have been asked many times if there is a secret to winning. I know of no secret; however, I have a very simple answer: ---------- teams that solve the most problems win. The answer is that simple: “Those who solve the most problems win.”

For me, a problem is anything that stands between where I am and where I want to be; some call these things barriers, obstacles, or roadblocks. Many business consultants prefer to call them challenges rather than problems. I believe that when teams don’t address their challenges, they become problems.

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CEOs and other C-Level executives are expected to bring results – to keep their eyes on the bottom line driving productivity, efficiencies, time to market, new products and services. So, what approach are they utilizing to facilitate that bottom line? That’s the question most CEOs ask themselves in order to find the payoff.  



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