World Emblem Featured in Rhythm Systems’ Newest Book Predictable Results

Charlotte, NC, November 9, 2017Rhythm Systems’ CEO Patrick Thean announces his newest co-authored book Predictable Results - How Successful Companies Tackle Growth Challenges and Win. Release is set for November 14th at 1:00 p.m. ET.

It includes unique insights from privately-held, middle-market companies on how they navigated the top 10 business problems that companies face.

The cases shared in the book advise on how to tackle growth challenges like:

  • Opening new markets
  • Getting and growing customer base
  • Scaling processes for efficiencies
  • Making acquisitions work


World Emblem is highlighted in Chapter 11 with focus on World Emblem’s CEO, Randy Carr, and his playbook for success. Carr inherited World Emblem at the age of twenty-five when the company had only six employees, Carr has since grown the company to over 1,000+ employees. His vision for the company has been based on four Core Values that all his employees live by: staying positive, keeping smart, getting the job done and being 100% committed to the team.

“Early in my career, one of the first business lessons I learned was this: it is impossible to grow as a business with no organization or core values to live by,” Carr shared. “You have to establish goals, values and appreciate everything your associates do for your business.”


Authored by a team of highly-regarded business leaders, including Patrick Thean, Barry Pruitt, Cathy McCullough, Melissa Enriquez, Alan Gehringer, Chris Cosper, Liz McBride, Tiffany Chepul and Ted Skinner, the authors have experience as mid-market consultants, entrepreneurs, CEOs, presidents and managing partners. Each chapter story will provide you with patterns of success and direct you to practical tools and business guides that show you how to build focus, alignment and accountability in your organization. You’ll soon be on your way to the predictable results every leader wants.


World Emblem, one of the world’s leading

October 19, 2017 (CHARLOTTE, NC) – Randy Carr,

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