Entrepreneurial Operating System: EOS Youtube

New EOS Youtube Channel

This week I’m excited to introduce a new EOS Youtube channel dealing specifically with the struggles of running your business on the Entrepreneurial Operating System® (or EOS® for short).

The channel is actually called the Whittle & Partners Youtube Channel. But, the content is hyper focused on helping business owners using EOS. 

We have already created a significant amount of content. You can read about everything from the 555 Meeting™ to the Scorecard™ to IDS™. And, each week I will release new content. So, make sure to subscribe to get updates about new content.

Tips & Tricks

This isn’t just some dinky review of the tools. I built this channel specifically to act as a supplement to people using EOS. I absolutely will not be focusing on the basics. If you want the basics, you can read Traction.

Instead, this channel is about taking your EOS self-implementation to the next level with EOS videos that offer tips, tricks, and advice. This channel is aimed at helping you self-correct to avoid the pitfalls and mistakes that many people make, even those who are already working with an EOS Implementer!

Expert Advice

The goal of the channel is to offer advice from a certified EOS expert. And, I don’t say that to brag. But, I worked very hard to be in the handful of people in the world that can call themselves Certified EOS Implementers. And I’m proud to call myself an expert on the topic, because I’ve managed hundreds of sessions, maybe even in the quadruple digits.

You can head to the local EO meeting and ask people about the Entrepreneurial Operating System. And, you may learn something. But, you don’t ask a mail man how to fix your car. Why would you ask a furniture store owner how to run your fast food chain on EOS? You wouldn’t. You’d ask an EOS implementer. And, since not everyone knows an implementer, I created this EOS Youtube channel.

Jeff Whittle Dallas EOS Implementer

Meet the Founder

Jeff Whittle founded and launched Whittle & Partners in 2011.  Before that, Jeff practiced law in Dallas for 15 years and has an additional 20 years of executive business experience. He has run businesses ranging from startups to 300-employee operations.