What is EOS®?

Real. Simple. Results.

Most Business Owners Struggle with 5 Common Frustrations

The Entrepreneurial Operating System® (EOS) is a complete and proven system, with real world, simple and practical tools designed to help you eliminate those frustrations.


You struggle finding, managing and retaining your people.  They aren’t accountable to the level you want.

Lack of Control

You feel like your business is running you instead of you running it.  You feel like you don’t quite have your arms around the business.


You aren’t making the money you thought you would when you started your business.  There just never seems to be quite enough profit.

Hitting the Ceiling

Things are way more chaotic and frustrating than they used to be.  You are struggling to scale and grow your business.

Nothing's Working

You read all the books, you’ve tried to implement all the books and now your employees think you are a flavor of the month business and nothing works.

4-Minute EOS Introduction Video

EOS®, The Entrepreneurial Operating System is a complete system, with a set of real world, practical tools that help you do three things in your business:

  • Vision – Getting everyone in the organization 100% on the same page with where you are going and how you are going to get there.
  • Traction – Creating all the disciplines, focus, habits and accountability to make every aspect of that vision become a reality.
  • Healthy – Helping leaders become more healthy, cohesive and functional.

Source: Gino Wickman/EOS Worldwide

The Building Blocks of EOS®

The EOS Model™

Every issue in your business can be boiled down to Six Key Components™ that when strengthened those issues just seem to fall into place.

The EOS Process™

Follow the EOS proven process to implement the tools into your business.  This time-spaced learning method will ensure you get the best results.

The EOS Toolbox™

Use the complete set of simple, real world, and practical tools to strengthen the Six Key Components of your business. We work with you to implement each of the tools.

Why EOS® Works

After over 40,000+ full day sessions and 6,500+ companies running on EOS®, we see a dramatic improvement in the lives of our clients.  We have seen an average growth rate of 18% per year all the while working smarter not harder.  Here’s why EOS works.

  • Built for busy entrepreneurs.  EOS is very simple.  There is nothing new here except timeless stuff without the confusion and complexity.
  • It’s a holistic system. As you read in Traction®, EOS is a complete business system.  It focuses on Vision, Traction, and Healthy.  You don’t need to mix and match systems.
  • It helps you solve issues. The process is designed to help you get to the root cause of all your issues instead of treating symptoms.  You will use the process to solve for the long term greater good.
  • Creates focus, habits and discipline. EOS focuses on Traction first, Vision second.  We help you create the accountability, discipline and focus you need to get to the next level.

The Entrepreneurial Operating System® will work in any business, as long as you have people.  Working with an EOS Implementer will help you get there much faster.  Begin the journey today.

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Get Your Score with the Organizational Checkup™

The EOS Model illustrates the Six Key Components™ of your business.  To the degree you can systematically strengthen these Six Key Components you’ll be able to run a better business.  This model applies to every business regardless of size or industry.

The Six Key Components

Vision. In strengthening the vision component we get to the point where your entire company is 100% on the same page with the vision, where you are going and how you will get there.

People.  You cannot execute on your vision with all the right people in the right seats.  We become intentional about building a high performing team.

Data. This is cutting through all the opinions, egos, and subjectives.  Getting you to manage the business using data and giving you a total pulse on the business.

Once your vision is clear, you have all the right people in the right seats, and you are managing your business on the data, all of your issues just rise to the top.  There’s no where to hide in this open and honest organization.  Which leads us to the fourth key component.

Issues. We get to the point where every department is smoking out there issues and carrying them on an issues list and are using the discipline of Identify, Discuss and Solve.

Process. In strengthening the process component we create your “franchise model” that helps you drive efficiency, effectiveness, ultimately more profit and fun.

Traction®. This is where the rubber meets the road.  Driving accountability, discipline and focus to every aspect of the business with a meeting pulse and quarterly goal setting.

The EOS Process™

The EOS Process is a time-spaced learning experience. The process gets you 80%+ strong in each of the Six Key Components of the EOS Model.  It takes about 60 days to get your entire leadership team on the same page with your vision.

The 90-Minute Meeting

The first step in the EOS Process is the 90-Minute Meeting.  It is a free learning and teaching experience. You learn about EOS, the history and stats, and about us.  It’s an opportunity for me to learn about you and your business.  What are your goals?  What are your biggest strengths and weaknesses?  How are your meetings?  How aligned is the organization around the vision?  How much accountability exists in the organization?

The Focus Day

After the 90-Minute Meeting, we decide if it makes sense to move forward to the Focus Day.  The Focus Day session is a full-day session.  Sessions usually take 7 hours +/- 1 hour. If you don’t get value from the session, you don’t pay.  There are no contracts, we take one day at a time.  During the Focus Day we cover the following topics:


  1. Hitting the Ceiling – The Five Leadership Abilities to breakthrough growth.
  2. The Accountability Chart – Customizing your structure for the next 6-12 months.
  3. Rocks – What are your 90-day goals as an organization.
  4. Meeting Pulse – Establishing meetings to keep the circles connected.
  5. Scorecard – What are the 5-15 numbers that drive your business.

Vision Building Day 1 and Day 2

After the Focus Day, about 30-days later, we begin the Vision Building Day process.  It is a 2-day agenda.  Each session is about 30-days apart.

During the 2-days we answer the 8-Questions of the Vision/Traction Organizer.


  1. Core Values – Defining your culture, your WHO.
  2. Core Focus – Your WHAT and WHY.
  3. 10-Year Target – Define WHERE you are going.
  4. Marketing Strategy – HOW you are going to get there.
  5. 3-Year Picture – Getting all leaders seeing a Vivid Vision.
  6. 1-Year Plan – Transition from strategy to execution with 3-7 goals.
  7. Rocks – Breaking the 1-Year and 3-Year into bite size chunks.
  8. Issues List – What are the obstacles and barriers preventing you from achieving your goals?

Quarterly And Annual Pulsing

After Vision Building our relationship changes from teaching and learning to execution.  During the first 3-days of Focus Day, Vision Building Day 1 and Day 2 we are seeking mastery.  Mastery equals common language at the leadership team level.  The Quarterly and Annual Pulsing is about execution.  During the Quarterlies and Annuals we focus on:


  1. Focus and Traction
  2. Team Health
  3. Quarterly Rocks
  4. Issue Solving
  5. Toolbox Tools
  6. Accountability

The EOS Toolbox™

The EOS Toolbox is a complete set of simple and practical tools to strengthen all Six Key Components™ of any business, no matter what industry. These tools are designed for entrepreneurs and their busy lives to clarify their vision, drive discipline and accountability and build a healthy, cohesive team.

These tools have been proven to work in over 4,700 companies!

Contact us to learn more about the tools!

The EOS Library

Traction: Get A Grip On Your Business

Do you have a grip on your business or does your business have a grip on you? In Traction, you’ll learn the secrets of strengthening the six key components of your business. You’ll discover simple yet powerful ways to run your company that will give you and your leadership team more focus, more growth, and more enjoyment. Successful companies are applying Traction every day to run profitable, frustration-free businesses—and you can too.

Get A Grip: An Entrepreneurial Fable

In this enjoyable business fable format, you will learn about Swan Services. While the company is fictional, their story is not unusual, and the challenges they face are common and solvable. Get a Grip tells the story of how Swan Services resolves its issues by implementing the Entrepreneurial Operating System®. With the help of EOS, the team learns how to develop and commit to a clear vision, establish focus, build discipline, and create a healthier and more cohesive team.

Rocket Fuel: The One Essential Combination

Visionaries have groundbreaking ideas. Integrators make those ideas a reality. This explosive combination is the key to getting everything you want out of your business. It worked for Disney. It worked for McDonald’s. It worked for Ford. It can work for you.

How To Be A Great Boss

Studies have repeatedly shown that the majority of employees are disengaged at work. But it doesn’t have to be this way. Often, the difference between a group of indifferent employees and a fully engaged team comes down to one simple thing—a great boss.

In How to Be a Great Boss, Gino Wickman and Rene’ Boer present a straightforward, practical approach to help bosses at all levels of an organization get the most from their people. They share time-tested tools that have worked for more than 30,000 bosses in every industry. You can learn to be a great boss—and dramatically improve both your organization’s performance and your team’s excitement about their work.

What the Heck is EOS?

Designed to engage employees in the EOS process and tools, What the Heck is EOS? uses simple, straightforward language and provides questions about each tool for managers and employees to discuss creating more ownership and buy-in at the staff level. After reading this book, employees will not only have a better understanding of EOS but they will be more engaged, taking an active role in helping achieve your company’s vision.