Episode – 007- 3 Signs You Have Outgrown Your Current Business Systems
Is it time to upgrade your systems? Are you ready to be the CEO? Then it may be time to consider a serious upgrade to avoid 1) burnout, 2) a huge mess that can affect the quality of your work.
It’s easy to stay in the comfort zone where you know the ins and outs of the tools and systems you use, but does that actually help you be the CEO?
In this episode, I’m sharing with you 3 examples + what to do if you are in real need of a business overhaul.
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Main Takeaways from This Episode:
- You’re still using MailChimp. Ask yourself, is it too basic for an established business? Does it feel clunky, messy, and limiting? Do you need a proper funnel?
- You’re still doing manual work, like invoices or maybe you have a VA for that. But did you know that you can automate invoicing each time you get a payment?
- Is your backend is messy? You started years ago and accumulated lots of tools and software. Invoices on Xero, free resources in Google Drive, loads of old email marketing sequences with broken links..and so on so what can you do about it…
- …do an inventory of all the tools you use. Do they help you? Do they require a lot of manual work? What would you like to automate?
- It’s time to get clarity over what you can outsource and discover what you want/need from these systems.
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