You have a great idea for your business, but it’s hard to get traction.

Most entrepreneurs struggle with this because they’re not sure how to align their vision and the people working on it. They don’t know how to hold each other accountable or take action in a way that will make them successful.

The Aggie Growth Hacks EOS hackshop with Randy McDougal ’85 is here to help you solve these issues by helping you build real accountability and discipline so everyone is working together towards a common vision, and help you with great communication, solve real issues, and getting along.

Randy will introduce the Entrepreneur Operating System (EOS) framework which has been proven time and time again by some of the most successful organizations in history! This session will cover everything from validating your idea through talking about what makes an awesome team member all the way up until scaling your company into something amazing!

In this hackshop you’ll learn:

Randy will share simple, practical tools to help you and your team with:

  • Vision – getting everyone completely aligned on where we are going and how we will get there
  • Traction – real accountability and discipline so everyone is working together on the Vision
  • Healthy – great communication, solving the real issues, and getting along (because often strong leaders do not!)

About Randy McDougal

Randy started his first business in high school because he made “way more in less time” washing windows than at Chick-Fil-A, especially once he figured out how to quote jobs and pick the right customers.

A decade later, while bootstrapping a design and printing company to $3 million and 4 locations, Randy faced many business realities: people issues (including a real-life fire), making payroll when all the bank accounts were empty, and being acquired by a national company.

Randy also co-founded a group that started companies in 7 industries, including data centers, R&D contracting, aviation fueling, and a company selected to redevelop the Astrodome for $500 million (that last one did not fly…).

Randy now helps business leaders implement EOS to get what they want from their business.

What’s a Hackshop?

What’s a hack shop? Well, it’s like a workshop (or webinar) – except in true Aggie Growth Hack fashion, we boil it down to the 3-5 specific things you need to know about a specific topic to drive your business forward. Think of the 80/20 rule here.

Each month we will tackle new topics with successful entrepreneurs, coaches, and book authors. To see a full list of upcoming Hackshops, click the button below.