Vision Without Execution
Is Just Hallucination
Founders face many threats which can boil down to three types of risk.
Product/Service risk – Can you truly create an innovative, quality approach to solving problems?
Market risk – Can you understand and capture enough market to apply your approach?
Execution risk – Can you implement your product or service the right way?
"Vision Without Execution Is Just Hallucination" is a variation on an ancient Japanese proverb that has been applied by many leaders in the US. Those leaders recognize that strong infrastructure is necessary, but not sufficient, for a company to make a huge impact.
Quick Introduction to How We Think
Our CEO Benjamin Friedman recently had the opportunity to chat with Isar Meitis of the The E-Tribe podcast. They compiled a countdown of the 7 Best Tips from that interview.
What People are Saying
Benjamin Friedman has over 18 years facilitating scale and growth often leading to exit events. Focused on metrics and results, Benjamin also looks to discover the deeper issues limiting
companies across systems, software, and teams, emphasize learning and constant improvement.
In his last six roles, he contributed to financing, mergers and acquisitions, explosive revenue and employee growth. Benjamin practices a servant-leader philosophy emphasizing outcomes which mutually benefit the company and the employees.