Systems and Automation
Create Predictable, Simple Routines for Your Sanity and Theirs
Every time you have to stop and think about how to do something – again – you are more susceptible to fears (think marketing and sales), you waste time needlessly, and you risk forgetting or losing things. What’s more, when you get to the point that you need to add another person to your team, these systems will make doing so that much easier – and likely!
Even if you don’t want to expand beyond a one-person, one location operation, developing systematic routines will reduce your hours “at the office,” increase your ability to serve your clients more consistently, give you certainty with your actions, and help you to assess the impact of your actions on your results.
Perhaps you don’t think of yourself as a systems person. Think again. If you’re doing business today you are! We are all using software to help us organize and automate many of the things we would otherwise have to do by hand.
With limited time and a smaller budget, you want to find solutions that reduce your workload, yet serve the business processes.
Systems and Automation takes a look at the tasks and projects that lend themselves to systems and automation.
- Marketing and Sales
- Customer Service practices
- Internal Communications
- Finance and Administration
The eBook includes a Systems Evaluation Checklist, and a Resource guide for some of the most common solutions in use today.
You’ll be gently guided through the decision-making process so that you are empowered to select that which will serve you in the near future, and potentially carry you into the next phase of growth.
Rome wasn’t built in a day, and neither will your systems be. Just Start.