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  1. Great by Choice Epilogue and FAQ Group 2 Thomas Hutcheson, Kristina Giamportone , Stevie Kreidler, Brittney McQuesten, and Kevin Jones

  2. Epilogue Increasing Prevalent View • “..Greatness owes more to circumstance, even luck, than to action and discipline-that what happens to us matters more than what we do.”

  3. Epilogue It’s a Matter of Choice Not Luck • “Greatness is not primarily a matter of circumstance; greatness is first and foremost a matter of conscious choice and discipline.”

  4. Epilogue Life Offers No Guarantees • We still must act even when game-ending events and unbendable forces threaten our strongest and most disciplined efforts

  5. Epilogue What Choice Do We Make? • When we are afraid, exhausted, or tempted… • Do we abandon our values? • Do we give in? • Do we accept average performance? • Do we give up on our dreams when we are slammed by brutal facts?

  6. Epilogue In the End • We are free to choose, free to become GREAT BY CHOICE!

  7. FAQ • Q: To what extent did the Level 5 leaders in Good to Great exhibit 10Xer behaviors?

  8. FAQ • Q: Is there a relationship between the SMaC recipe and the Hedgehog Concept from Good to Great?

  9. FAQ • Do you have any guidance for how to craft a SMaC Recipe?

  10. FAQ • Do you see this book as about the past or the future?

  11. FAQ • My world feels fairly stable right now; does this apply to me?

  12. FAQ • Are you more or less optimistic and hopeful after conducting this study?

  13. FAQ • Do you see the causes of chaos and uncertainty as primarily economic? • http://news.cnet.com/8301-13578_3-20014563-38.html