For the longest time, I couldn't figure out why every coach wasn't thrilled to create systems in her business.
I've helped coaches create systems and automations that have saved them thousands of hours and heaps of money.
Then, I decided to do a little research on why and came across Google’s ‘Talk to Books’ feature. It spits out a list of book passages when someone types in a keyword.
When I typed in "How to create systems in business,” I got back a bunch of passages that sounded pretty much like this…
"through organizational networks; creating communities of practice that explore, test and translate those concepts into actions and new practices, followed by creating new business models and management processes. The core concepts that senior management championed were closed material loops and clean technological…”
Are you asleep yet?
I LOVE the idea of systems and that paragraph made me want to take a nap.
This got me thinking that systems may have gotten a bad rap with coaches because of books like the above.
They don’t have to be complicated. In fact, the simpler you can make them, the better it is for your business.
That’s why I’ve decided to spend the next several blog posts on why systems rock and how you can easily set them up.
I'll share examples of how I've set up some simple systems in my business and how you can too.
Because here's the thing…
The difference between being a coach with a REAL business and owning a business that feels more like a job is setting up simple and powerful systems.
They are the key to having a profitable and sustainable business that doesn’t require you to work 24/7.
Comment below and let me know which systems you most dread implementing in your business. If it fits, I'll add it to this series.
With love & joy,