Go from chaos to clarity.

IMPLEMENT A SIMPLE, PROVEN FRAMEWORK
THAT GROWS YOUR PEOPLE AND MOST IMPORTANTLY
YOUR BUSINESS.

Are you one leadership team away from extinction or greatness?

Are you:
● Concerned this recession means you’ll lose your competitive advantage?
● Involved with too many projects demanding all your time and attention?
● The only one making decisions and coming up with all the ideas?
● Frustrated — and even desperate — that you have to tell people how to do things over and over each day?

The gap between extinction and greatness isn’t as wide as you think. Build your business on a framework that delivers results so you can feel confident in your business again.

Brian Alexander

Pinnacle Business Guide

I’ll climb with you

Brian Alexander has gained a unique breadth of experience over the past 20 years in many arenas’ including being top 10% individual contributor at a Fortune 30 company, starting his own business from the ground up as an entrepreneur, business coaching for entrepreneurs, building sales teams to scale companies. He was shaped and molded by his experiences in each and it led him to his ultimate passion of helping visionary leaders build, scale, and grow their companies and team members.

Having unlocked the code for himself and those around him, he has now made it his life’s work to share it with the world and help every man, woman and child find and express their own unique genius within.

He helps leaders build winning teams. His focus is on helping companies build a culture of self-awareness.

 

 

The Pinnacle Principle

People

Surrounding yourself with the right people is a necessity. To embark on this journey, you’ll need to carefully select your team. Pick people who will help raise you up, and remove people who slow you down. A unified team working toward a common goal will always get further than even the most motivated individual.

The Pinnacle Principle

Purpose

The climb to the top requires some serious thinking. You have to figure out what you’re really all about, and what makes you different. How do you stand out from the crowd? What are you bringing to the table that nobody else can provide? What story are you telling with your work? This insight will help to develop the strategy you need for the journey.

The Pinnacle Principle

Playbooks

“Just wing it” is bad advice when scaling a mountain, and it’s bad advice for business. Developing a clear-cut plan for everything you do will keep things running smoothly. Devise a strategy for business operations, meetings, and everything else you do, and keep it consistent.

The Pinnacle Principle

Perform

Actions really do speak louder than words. Even the best plan is useless without follow-through. You don’t have to get it all done in a day, but focus on incremental improvement and keep track as it happens. Only consistent practice can lead to exceptional performance.

The Pinnacle Principle

Profit

A great strategy builds momentum over time, continuing to get better, faster, and cheaper. With the right people, a clearly defined purpose, a detailed playbook, and consistent performance, profits are nearly inevitable. Sir Edmund Hillary once said, “It is not the mountain we conquer, but ourselves.” (And as one of the first people to climb Mt. Everest, we think he’d know.)

The formula to success: the Pinnacle Principle

People + Purpose + Playbook + Performance = Profits

People

Surrounding yourself with the right people is a necessity. To embark on this journey, you’ll need to carefully select your team. Pick people who will help raise you up, and remove people who slow you down. A unified team working toward a common goal will always get further than even the most motivated individual.

Purpose

The climb to the top requires some serious thinking. You have to figure out what you’re really all about, and what makes you different. How do you stand out from the crowd? What are you bringing to the table that nobody else can provide? What story are you telling with your work? This insight will help to develop the strategy you need for the journey.

 

Playbooks

“Just wing it” is bad advice when scaling a mountain, and it’s bad advice for business. Developing a clear-cut plan for everything you do will keep things running smoothly. Devise a strategy for business operations, meetings, and everything else you do, and keep it consistent.

Perform

Actions really do speak louder than words. Even the best plan is useless without follow-through. You don’t have to get it all done in a day, but focus on incremental improvement and keep track as it happens. Only consistent practice can lead to exceptional performance.

Profit

A great strategy builds momentum over time, continuing to get better, faster, and cheaper. With the right people, a clearly defined purpose, a detailed playbook, and consistent performance, profits are nearly inevitable. Sir Edmund Hillary once said, “It is not the mountain we conquer, but ourselves.” (And as one of the first people to climb Mt. Everest, we think he’d know.)

Build a Category of One Company

Gain control

Grow leaders who grow companies.

Simplify your business

Implement a proven, profitable framework to scale up your people, processes and profits.

Be confident

Move your business upward with more clarity and confidence in your future.

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Start Your climb

Your journey to the summit requires patience and an ability to play the long game. If it was easy, everyone would be doing it. You’ll need to keep your goals in mind and focus on putting your best foot forward every step of the way.

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The Path to the Pinnacle: Using Customized Business Operating Systems to Drive Growth

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Enjoy the Climb: A Simple and Complete Guide To The Pinnacle Business Operating System