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.
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How to make the things YOU do in your business most efficient
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.
We also talked about the last category, batching, as the category that is most oftentimes reserved for the tasks and projects that require YOU.
And because creating systems and processes is a way for you to create freedom, all while growing and scaling your business, let’s break this category down even further to ensure we’re making sure the things YOU do in your business are most efficient.
Breaking down batching
Listen in to this episode because I go into each of the 3 levels of batching in detail – examples included – which includes batching itself, theming and SCRUM.
Just batch it
Batching is a great way to save time by combining like-tasks into a single time period or window.
Theming allows you to batch entire days so that you’re not thrown off or forced to waste time due to context switching.
SCRUM allows you to take any project (and it’s great for 1-time projects, like a website or product launch), and knock it out with a focused “sprint period”.
Let’s wrap it up
Creating systems and processes is a way for you to create freedom, all while growing and scaling your business, and now, you have every step to help you do just that.
Because there will be times when the projects and tasks at hand require that YOU be involved, it’s important to not only understand what you can be automating and delegating, but also how to make the things YOU do in your business most efficient.
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