If you’re new to the idea of building a team, you might feel confused as you gather advice and consider whether you should delegate tasks or roles. I’d like to help clarify a few things for you with this post, because when building a team you’ll want to consider your approach carefully.
Last time we talked about creating an “ecourse” about your business. I suggested you think about your systems in terms of “lessons” and organize them into business areas, i.e., modules. This way you can simply identify the systems you currently use, put together simple documentation for them, and fill in the gaps in a manner that makes the most sense for you and your business. But what if you didn’t stop there?
I hear it time and time again from my clients. They tell me “I’m finally ready to admit I need systems, but now I’m stuck. I’m just so overwhelmed at the idea that I don’t know where to start.” Maybe you feel this way too. You’re in the right place. Here’s where you start with systems…
Today we’re going to start the discussion by evaluating the state of your systems. This is something you’ve got to do before adding a team member. Now, don’t hang your head in shame or stop reading. It’s okay if you’re not ready yet or if you have some work to do here.
How you can build a strong team by getting to know your team members on a deeper level and asking the right questions to build a relationship of trust where everyone can be successful.
You are special. Your business is special. You’re looking for a team member who is special too. An exceptional assistant who will treat your business as their own. Someone you can blindly trust and fully rely upon who has the same level of attention to detail that you do. Someone who compliments you in an amazing “made for each other” kind of way.
In this article we identify the systems you need to support you as you achieve success on your own terms.
In the middle of the busy days, client calls, and never ending task list, there’s something you need to consider. Something that’s just a bit too big to ignore. Just exactly what role do you want to play in your business…and how can you design a business that supports the work you really want to do?
As you map out your goals for the year, I hope you use the planning prompts I shared with you last time.
But I also want to warn you of 3 mistakes that can hinder your growth.
We’ll go over the tactics to prevent these mistakes from happening in the mini-class I’ve mentioned to you in my last email. But if for some reason you chose not to join us, at least you’ll know what to look out for.
How can you make next year one where you exceed your goals? Let’s zero in on how you can make this happen with some planning steps for success!