If you’ve ever looked at another entrepreneur and wondered how she manages to get it all done, the answer might surprise you. And no, the answer isn’t anything secret – it’s not based on the hour a person wakes up or even the hours a person works. The answer is systemized operations.
I recently started working with a small online business who had employees tasked with project work but no systems. There was no tracking or communication on who was working on what. Honestly, saying I worked with this small online business is a stretch. I told her that we need to start at the beginning and systemize everything, and I guess she didn’t like that answer because my contract was canceled that same day.
When you’re a business of one, doing everything yourself is easy, you can get things done however you want to. But the most productive people all have one thing in common: they don’t reinvent the wheel every day. Instead, they’ve figured out the best, most efficient way to do every task, and they create a system to do just that.
No matter what business you’re in and what projects you find yourself tackling, a systemized approach will help you:
- Work faster and produce more
- Produce higher quality results with fewer mistakes
- Easily outsource the tasks you don’t like to do
How do you start to systemize and improve? By documenting everything you do, the way you do it, and then identify how you want the work completed in the future. Its time consuming, detailed work that many people dread doing. However, I love it and I am here to help you elevate. Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can talk about what you need to start systemizing yourself.