Hi, I’m Jeff Hilimire. Father of five, CEO of Dragon Army, author of The 5-Day Turnaround and The Crisis Turnaround, co-founder and Board Chair of 48in48 and Ripples of Hope.

My purpose is to have an out-sized, positive impact on the world. Reach out if you want to help me with that!

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My two books, The 5-Day Turnaround and The Crisis Turnround, were written to help leaders embrace the habits of the world's most successful startup CEOs, and to learn to lead through a crisis, respectively. Whether you're a team lead at a non-startup, the CEO of a small company, or anywhere in between, these books will help you become the leader you always wanted to be!

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FROM THE BLOG

Engaging with capitalism’s good side – my interview with Simply Buckhead

I find it funny that I’m being featured on the cover of Simply Buckhead, given that of my 20+ years in business I only worked in Buckhead for about 1.5 years. Granted, I loved those 1.5 years, as Dragon Army was posted up in the Atlanta Tech Village during it’s early days. Either way, Simply…

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Struggling to write during COVID-19

I don’t know what to write about. In this new now normal* I’m really struggling to find words that feel worthy to write. Words that are worthy of your time. I sit down each morning and I want to write a blog post, but nothing rises to the surface that seems important. People are sick…

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My next book, The Crisis Turnaround, is now available for pre-order (at a discounted price of $7.99)!

Friends, I’m excited to announce that my second book, The Crisis Turnaround, is available for pre-order! I’m keeping the price discounted at $7.99 until it goes live next week. In order to get the book out as fast as possible – my thinking is that it’s probably better to be in your hands during an…

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The hardware and software I’m using to work at home

I’m sure I’m not alone in having to, over the last month, figure out how to be productive while working from home. The more weeks that go by, the more I realize that this working from home thing might be part of our ‘new normal’, so I better get with the picture and find a…

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Manage your energy, not your time

Time management. Apparently, I’ve written quite a lot about that topic before. Someone recently shared a concept with me that struck me as quite insightful. Maybe what we really should be focused on is energy management. I think he said he read it in a book (if you’re aware of that book, please share it…

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How has this crisis changed you as a leader?

Before I start this post, I want to share that in the next day or two I’ll be asking for feedback on the cover of my second book, The Crisis Turnaround. I’ll be doing this via my email newsletter. After the book is out I’ll also be offering some exclusive promotions through the newsletter. So…

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