Exceptional CEOs: Personal Effectiveness Mindset


As a CEO or business owner, it’s hard figuring out what things to focus on, where to allocate our resources, and how in the world we’ll find the time to do it all. It can be overwhelming. When you’re paralyzed by all of these thoughts and tasks, it’s hard to be an effective CEO.

I love Peter Drucker. In addition to famously saying, “Culture eats strategy for breakfast,” he also said, “There’s nothing so useless as doing efficiently that which should not be done at all.” All of us have a “to do” list. But, do we move straight down the list or do we assign a priority to each task and accomplish the highest priority task first? I know one CEO that has done this for over thirty years now. The choices the best CEOs make to manage their personal well-being and effectiveness are precisely that- personal.

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Updated: Oct 18, 2022

About the author
Bill McDermott of The Profitability Coach is a member of XPX Atlanta

Business owners have a big vision for their company & want to move forward, but don’t know how. I help identify hurdles getting in the way & create a path to profitability they never thought possible.