This week on Grow Money Business we are joined by Patrick Esposito. Patrick is an entrepreneur, business executive, attorney, advisor, and author who currently serves as president of ACME General Corp., a leading public-sector innovation advisory business. Patrick recently launched Initiative Labs LLC to help small and medium-sized business leaders. Over the course of more than two decades, he has founded, led, and advised small and medium-sized enterprises in technology, consulting, retail, banking, real estate, and other sectors, in addition to U.S. government agencies. He joined us today to talk about his book ‘The Structure of Success: A Framework to Help Build Your Business Better’ where he discusses the eight levers of long-term business success that he identified working with many organizations.
[03:32] Patrick’s story – Grant starts the conversation by asking Patrick to share an introduction about himself, his career journey, and the lead to writing his book ‘The Structure of Success.’
[09:37] The Structure of Success – Patrick dives deep into the framework of his book.
[14:38] Disasters – Grant and Patrick discuss the factors, including disaster management and prevention, in Patrick’s book.
[21:42] The important things – Patrick stresses doing the most important things for your goal rather than chasing the things that are less relevant.
[29:17] The difference – Patrick explains how his book differs from other books about success in business.
[37:00] Innovation – Patrick shares his thoughts on people repeatedly underestimating the importance of continuing innovation.
[43:20] Productive worrying – When you are operating a business, worrying comes naturally. If you can direct your worry into productive worry, you can figure things out easily.
LinkedIn – linkedin.com/in/patrick-esposito/
Website – patrickesposito.com/
Book by Patrick
The Structure of Success: A Framework to Help Build Your Business Better