In Business It is Not Enough to Just Record History.

Your In Place Systems Need To Be Re-Evaluated Periodically

When I mention business systems to you, what comes to mind for you?

Do you think of a Giant IBM mainframe computer sitting in a big room in the middle of your building?

Do you think of expensive, highly specialized software? That’s what many small business owners imagine.

And they think it’s not for them. 

If that’s what you think, you’re only half right.

Your Successful Business – Your Way

Business Systems Services

Half right because expensive, highly specialized software is probably not for you.

Half wrong because good business systems most definitely are.

A business system isn’t hardware or software.

It’s the way that you do any part of your business.

It’s how you do things.

You are using systems all the time, you just may not be using them efficiently.

Managing Your Services

I regularly urge business owners to get everything they know about their business out of their head and onto paper.

I’m urging you now to do the same with your systems. Start writing out how you do things in your business.

At a minimum, write out how you treat your customers or clients, how your paperwork for each sale flows, how your production systems work, how you market to clients, and how you do your bookkeeping.

Accounting Your Services

Because this is the beginning of being able to consistently deliver results.

 And the beginning of being able to consistently deliver results even when you aren’t around.

Documented (written) systems make delegating much more manageable.

Your delegating is one of the keys to success in growing your business while still having a life.

Reach Out to Jack Blieberg You’ll be glad you did.