Stop Working from Memory

The problem for most people is simple…
They never take the time to create formal processes for the work they do. As a result, they end up operating not from a plan, but purely by memory.
They’re essentially “winging it” each and every day.
Here’s why that’s not good: Entrepreneurs like you and I have WAAAAYYYYY too much going on every day to just hope we “remember” all the important things we need to be doing.
When you operate like this, things are bound to fall through the cracks.
And that’s exactly what leads to a lack of consistency in your business.
Tell me if this sounds familiar… You get busy handling a bunch of clients, which is great, but then you ignore your marketing because you’re “too busy.” As a result, a few months after that rush of business, you’re scrambling for clients because you stopped doing the lead-gen activities that started the ball rolling in the first place.
It’s all a vicious cycle that leads to constant ups and downs, being rich one month and poor the next, feeling good and then feeling totally stressed out.
 

It’s Time to Get Operationalized

What if… instead of that rollercoaster… you took a couple days to step back from the daily grind to analyze everything that needs to happen to run your business, and you built a proven structure to ensure it all happens… day in and day out, week in and week out?
What if you created checklists for all those activities so you can stop operating from memory? Or better yet, so you can hand that checklist to a new hire and delegate those tasks that don’t require your direct involvement?
What if you took time to envision and construct your Perfect Day, Perfect Week and Perfect Month schedules so you know what you’re striving for?
What if you were taught how to create a Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for every essential aspect of your business?
You should be starting to see some light at the end of the tunnel… A better, more productive version of yourself who arrives at work every day with total clarity about what needs to get done to move your business forward, and not just someone scrambling to “react” to everything happening around you.