Have you ever wondered why no matter what you do, your business seems to have more problems than solutions? Do you sometimes think that there's got to be a better way? Where would you go to find answers, to find help? Jack Griffin is a young man flushed with the success of his new company, SnackBox Inc. In six months he's witnessed its meteoric rise, and now right before a big expansion, it seems that his skills as a CEO and leader cannot be stopped. What he doesn't realize is the techniques he used may have carried him this short distance, but will work against him from here on out. With problems arising in every department, he notices too late that he personally is causing his business to come crashing down. Written as a story, Under the Gun teaches real-world leadership secrets in a context that shows rather than tells. And these secrets aren't from just anywhere; they come from Bill Byrd's leadership book, Sweet Succes: Twelve Proven Habits of Winning Leaders. It's these Sweet Success principles that Jack learns throughout the book... and they may just give his company a fighting chance.