When entrepreneurs hear the name of my business “She’s Got Systems” a lot of assumptions come to mind. For many of us systems are old school – reminiscent of businesses stuck in routines, thick binders full of policies and procedures and there’s nothing really sexy about systems.
Very few people wake up in the morning and exclaim, “I need some systems today!”
Just me? Okay, probably just me.
But here’s what I have learned about entrepreneurs…
They do enjoy consistent income, especially when it’s growing.
They enjoy free time and think busy work belongs back in corporate.
Entrepreneurs enjoy teaching but hate repeating themselves.
And maybe most of all, entrepreneurs hate hiring help that doesn’t live up to their expectations.
I could go on, but if you’re like most of the entrepreneurs I speak to you recognize yourself in those traits.
And in order to get consistent results in the areas you care about, systems are the way to go.
The problem with traditional systems is that it feels like you’re boxed in and we’ve all broken out of the mold in one way or another.
We love to start new projects, dream big, explore ideas and then Captain Killjoy says “let’s make some systems.”
Listen, if I were interested in a boring business I’d still be working in accounting. Or answering phones.
Because I know the secret to systems that no one else will tell you.
Systems don’t have to be complicated, intimidating, or rigid.
In fact, the best systems are simple, easy to understand and flexible for a growing business.
Don’t believe me? Back in January I taught a packed teleclass how to build their own Operations Manual step by step and during the call we created 3 new systems in follow along fashion.
I created this class because I wanted entrepreneurs to experience how easy systems could be with the right support.
Did you miss the class? Click here to get it free and see how easy systems can be.
Great systems don’t have to be boring instead, when you have them in place you have a starting point to achieve the results you want in your business.
Action Step: Check out the free teleclass to get step-by-step directions on building your systems.