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Why do some businesses thrive, while others flounder—unable to reach the next level? Let Go to Grow shows that the difference lies in how well the principal (i.e., the leader, the owner, the entrepreneur) is able to let go of daily responsibilities and delegate tasks to trusted employees and managers. Using real life examples, Let Go to Grow illustrates how the principal's skill-set must change to allow the business to prosper. But, it goes beyond simply spelling out what needs to be done; the book explains how to do it in clear, concise and practical terms. Let Go to Grow is a must-read that helps principals transition their businesses into growing and thriving enterprises.
I HIGHLY recommend Polly and Doug. They have wonderful insight to help small business owners prioritize and identify strategies for growth and improvement. Wish I had met them 20 years ago!
Sharon MaderePresidentPremiere Pet Products
Doug and Polly, I want to thank both of you! The past few months have been enlightening and overwhelming all at the same time. Your guidance, direction, wealth of knowledge, and wisdom have exceeded all my expectations. No words could ever completely describe just how amazing of a “dynamic duo” you two really are!
Dawn Beninghove, RN, CCM, CRP, PNChief Executive OfferCompanion Extraordinaire Nursing Network, Inc.
Doug White took on an unfocused operation (in the financial services sector) and created an efficient, centralized system dedicated to excellence. He did this not by driving change from the top down, but by helping the entire team see how their part of the process could be improved. Doug then mentored us toward effecting the changes ourselves. He taught us all how to bring our “A game,” and how to take ownership and pride in what we do.
Donna LevinVice President of Operationscare.com
I have had the privilege of working with Polly White for several years on a variety of projects. She consistently provides clear direction on how to resolve a wide range of employment-related issues. I look forward to my continued relationship with Polly.
Elizabeth WilkinsBusiness ManagerManorhouse Management, Inc.