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B2B Founder


Aug 11, 2020

One of the biggest myths in business is that you, the business owner, have to be the one to manage it day in, day out.

However, by setting the wheels of systemization in motion, you’ll see how your business can run without it being too dependent on you.

Today is Part 2 with Dave Jenyns as he shares about the six stages of SYSTEMology that will allow you to remove yourself from your business from time to time.

Enhance your business process by tuning in to this episode!

 

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We’ll be talking about:

The six steps of the SYSTEMology process [01:00]

Define stage: Mapping out the Critical Client Flow [02:20]

By systemizing your process, you can remove yourself from the business [05:26]

Assign stage: Identifying the key team members [08:02]

Extract stage: Picking the brains of your team [09:49]

Integrate stage: Getting the buy-in from the staff [16:00]

People resist systemization and eventually stop [18:36]

Scale stage: Systemizing the business as a whole [20:51]

Optimization stage: Monitoring your metrics [24:59]

The next step for Dave [27:47]

The one thing Dave recommends [31:39]

 

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 free 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.

You can reach Dave through any of his social media pages: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, and YouTube.

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