Without them everything is tough,
And will take more, time, money, and energy.
So, build systems.
A system to work.
A system to research.
A system to grow your business.
A system to get better.
A system for staying connected to those who matter.
When you have the right systems in place, results follow.
Your system can well be in your head. What’s important is that you have a system in place.
How much time or effort do you invest in building your system?
Depends on how critical your system is to your success.
How to approach this?
Start with what are you trying to accomplish.
Go in details. Break it all into small tasks.
Then go with the delete, automate, delegate approach.
Delete what does not need to be done.
Automate whatever can be automated from what remains.
Delegate what remains.
Do the rest yourself.
Once you have laid out – identity people and set processes to delegate and do.
Put it all to the test.
Record time it took to do each action item, challenges faced, when doing it the first time.
And then take these into account while building the next draft of processes.
Rinse and repeat until you build a system that runs like a well-oiled machine.
And enjoy the ease and efficiency that comes thanks to having a foolproof system.