Author Ted Gee Takes President Obama's Hopes to the Next Level with New Book

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"Hope is Not a Strategy: Simple Solutions for Doing Business in the 21st Century" advocates responsibility for solving complex problems.

"Hope is Not a Strategy: Simple Solutions for Doing Business in the 21st Century"

As many companies continue to fail, need bailouts and layoff employees, it is clear that a new recipe for solving problems and creating solutions is needed right now.

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Author Ted Gee takes President Obama's hopes to the next level with his new book, 'Hope is Not a Strategy: Simple Solutions for Doing Business in the 21st Century.'

President Obama has set an aggressive agenda of change and hope is just the foundation. Gee says that the best stimulus package for corporate leaders and business owners is getting the right process tools to drive increased business, sustainable profits, save jobs and inspire growth.

"We must clarify what business owners and corporate leaders are responsible for and identify new methods for solving the complex problems they face," he notes. "As many companies continue to fail, need bailouts and layoff employees, it is clear that a new recipe for solving problems and creating solutions is needed right now."

In the book, Gee defines the roles and responsibilities of leaders at all levels and explains how to develop a vision with a sustainable strategy as opposed to just adjusting financials to appease boards, investors, banks and/or Wall Street. "Many business leaders today are using the excuse of a poor economy to support their failures," says Gee, who notes that the root cause of many of the failures reside in the driver's seat -- leadership. "From Wall Street to main street," he emphasizes, "the leaders in all facets of business are responsible for many of the failures in the economy -- the dot com bust, housing market collapse and rising oil prices."

Gee, who has followed his own rules, is a proven leader, with global experience in various business environments. He has held positions at the direct operational and strategic levels of leadership - and found success in roles at Fortune 500 companies where change, start-ups and growth opportunities were in great demand. Also, he once served as an officer in the United States Army and held the position of Chief Operating Officer. His focus today is to help others strategize for success and avoid failure -- whether in a business or working in a corporation. "We are playing a new game in a new time and without solutions, failure is eminent," says Gee, who notes that the book offers help to those who may have fallen short of their goals or failed to take advantage of their company's possibility and prospects.

Ted Gee's powerful, new 'how to' strategies are not more of the same. It is about changing the way you think and the outcomes you can expect in your business venture or corporate role. According to Gee, "The major responsibility of a leader is to transform hope or vision into reality and profits." He also explains how to incorporate leadership roles and responsibilities into effective succession planning and other functions of business and corporate infrastructure."

To interview this author, call Jay Mattier at jay(at)jmattier.com or call (704) 919-0507. The book is available on Amazon.com, Barnes & Nobles or in local bookstores everywhere.

To obtain more information on SBI or Success Based Intervention please visit http://www.strategicsolutionsbysbi.com

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