Oct 28, 2022
As an entrepreneur, you are the visionary for your business. You are the one who comes up with the ideas and who sets the direction for the business. But as your business grows, you can’t be the one who is doing everything. You need to delegate and systemize your business so that it can run without you.
On this week’s episode, Roger chats with Systemology expert David Jenyns on the importance of systematize your business and the benefits it could have for your enterprise.
Systemizing your business is key to long term success. When you have a system in place, you can train your employees how to solve their own problems and stop over-reliance on the entrepreneur. You can also build your business to be a self-sustaining, living, breathing entity, so that the business can run autonomously from you (the owner) and key employees.
David also goes into intricate details on the 7 steps you should take as you systematize your business as well as key principles from his book.
Guest Name: David Jenyns
In 2016, David successfully systemized himself out of his business, one of Australia’s most trusted digital agencies, Melbourne SEO. Through this process he became a systems devotee – founding systemHUB & SYSTEMology. Today, his mission is to free all business owners worldwide from the daily operations of running their business.
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