Aug 4, 2020
The sad reality faced by startups nowadays is that they’re unable to build systems in place that allow them to run smoothly.
Most think of systems in terms of the ones used by big corporations, which do not fit the needs of small businesses.
Thus, I invited Dave Jenyns to share how he was able to systemize himself out of his company which later allowed him to pursue a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
We have a phenomenal episode here that continues on to Part 2 next week. So stay tuned!
We’ll be talking about:
The business of creating systems [02:22]
A business system as the last piece to scaling [05:41]
The importance of having great people [09:06]
There is value in systems for the startup space [11:31]
Systems create space for other opportunities [13:49]
The project with Michael Gerber of The E-Myth [17:32]
When more doors start to open [21:30]
Where SYSTEMology comes in [22:17]
About Our Guest:
Dave Jenyns is the author of the upcoming book SYSTEMology and the host of the podcast Business Processes Simplified. As the Founder and CEO of systemHUB, he is keen on building systems that frees small business owners from the day-to-day operations of their companies.
Having systemized himself out of this business and hired a CEO to run it, Dave was able to pursue opportunities that he would have missed out on had he needed to be present running his company.
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