The two key factors I consider paramount to my success are: mindset and systems.
When I was running my first business, I didn’t have much knowledge around either. Mindset was something that I would discover the importance of later.
As for systems, I knew systemisation existed, and the more I learned about it the more I realised its importance.
But I resisted it for years, because:
1. I didn’t know enough about it.
2. It seemed super complicated.
3. I was too busy.
Ironically, now I know that the reason I was too busy to systemise is because I hadn’t systemised.
The thing is, systemising your business doesn’t need to take up much of your time.
In fact, there’s a way to systemise your business in a lean way, as opposed to letting processes build up around you organically (resulting in them being inefficient, time-intensive or labour intensive).
You see, as the business owner, you’re basically an asset manager.
Kind of like a financial manager, whose job it is to get you the most amount of growth with the finances you’re investing.
The assets we’re managing as business owners are: our time, our money, our staff’s time, and our business’ money.
The better you can manage those resources, the more you can leverage your growth.
Now, I get that managing your time, money, and people can be a challenge.
But it’s not so hard when you follow a proven system.
Which is why I’ve included templates and how-tos in my new book The Path to Freedom.
Each chapter’s accompanying worksheets are free for you to download and use. So you can get better results, faster.