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Outdo, Outsmart . . . Outlast: A Practical Guide to Managed, Measured and Meaningful Growth  
Jan. 17, 2014
Author:  Steve Blue
Category:  Non-fiction: Business/Investing/Finance
Description:  In Outdo, Outsmart… Outlast: A Practical Guide to Managed, Measured and Meaningful Growth, Mr. Blue establishes that companies are like water; they are meant to constantly be in motion. But ask yourself: What happens if water is left in a place where it is not moved? It becomes stagnant, diseased and, eventually, deadly—and companies are the same way. With his well thought out and written book, Mr. Blue's goal is to sound an alarm and issue a much needed wake-up call to all CEOs who could build great businesses but are too complacent with having a "good enough" business.

This book will shatter CEOs and other business professionals' ideals about what truly constitutes success. It will help them to understand the danger of having a company culture by default, and instead create a Cirque de Soleil type organization by design. The book is also designed to help upcoming CEOs know how to accelerate growth the right way from the onset and create a habitual mindset geared to outdo, outsmart, and outlast the competition at every turn.

Rights available:  All World Rights
Other information:  Steve Blue is a nationally recognized industry-leading business growth expert and regular media contributor. In recent years, Mr. Blue has become well-known for discussing growth in such media outlets as Entrepreneur Magazine, the Wall Street Journal, and Fox Business, just to name a few. In his new book, Mr. Blue goes to great lengths to underscore the mission-critical disconnect, and danger, of Growing vs. Swelling.

According to Mr. Blue, he felt compelled to set aside time from his busy schedule as President and CEO of Miller Ingenuity, a global leader in engineered solutions for the railway industry, to write this book because of his strong belief that most CEOs of multimillion dollar companies are what he dubs "fat, dumb, and happy." In other words CEOs who build a company to a certain level or take over a business that is doing well tend to become comfortable with where the company is, not necessarily concerned with where it could be.

Contact:  Leticia Gomez
Savvy Literary Services
savvyliterary@yahoo.com
phone: 281-465-0119
3 Griffin Hill Ct., The Woodlands, TX 77382
Item number:  9284
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