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My Daily Ritual (JLD)

Hi Fire Nation!

I get a LOT of questions about my morning ritual, routine, habit – whatever you want to call it ;) – and so I’m here to share in detail what that looks like.

After listening to potentially hundreds of EOFire interviews with today’s most successful entrepreneurs, perhaps you’ve noticed a theme: rituals, routines and habits are among some of the most sacred and powerful things entrepreneurs point to when asked questions like, “What types of behaviors have helped you get to where you are today?

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How to make the things YOU do in your business most efficient

Now that we’ve covered the 3 Steps to creating any system or process in your business, including taking inventory, writing out the steps, and determining efficiencies, let’s really dive into how this impacts YOU and your time.

In Step 3, we talked about determining efficiencies by way of assigning a category to each step on our list. We either decided to automate, delegate or batch each of the steps in our process in order to make that process most efficient.
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Step 3 of 3 for creating systems and processes in your business: Determining efficiencies

The first two steps for creating systems and processes in your business that will help you scale and grow (and therefore, create freedom) are: 1. Taking inventory and 2. Writing out the steps.

Once you’ve taken inventory, you should have a clear picture of the types of tasks that help your business run and that you probably work on regularly. Once you’ve written out the steps to ONE of the tasks from your inventory, you’ll have a complete list of everything you do every time that task comes up.
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Step 2 of 3 for creating systems and processes in your business: Writing out the steps

The very first step for creating systems and processes in your business that will help you scale and grow (and therefore, create freedom) is Taking Inventory.

Once you’ve taken that first step, you should have a clear picture of the types of tasks that help your business run and that you probably work on regularly. Now, it’s time to take it to the next level and actually start writing out the steps for each of the processes you want to create.
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