111: Business Automation & Systems For A More Sustainable Wellness Practice with David Jenyns
Here’s a given – in order for things to run smoothly in your practice, you NEED to have systems in place. But they don’t have to be overly complicated in order to work really, REALLY well. So well, in fact, that the business can actually run smoothly without you. (Helllooo, real vacation time 🌴)
“But what do systems even mean, Ronda⁉️”
That’s exactly what we cover in today’s podcast with guest David Jenyns. His book, Systemology, is packed with incredibly helpful steps and tips, and today David shares that wisdom with us. 🙌
Let me tell you, friends – the tips he shares are GOLD. 🌟
So if you’re looking for a simplified explanation of WHAT business automation & systems are and HOW to put them into practice, have a listen. Learn how to leverage business automation, so you can get back to the part you love – caring for your patients.
- (8:54) David shares a great story that proves how systems can completely flip the script on the things you focus on in your business
- (11:09) The TRANSFORMATIONAL takeaway from David’s book – it’s a game changer, friends
- (12:03) Systems are simple – they do not have to be intimidating
- (24:55) One HUGE benefit to putting business automation in place
- (27:08) This is how you get started
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