Systemizing Your Business Processes: 80% Systemitized, 20% Humanized

As your business grows you’re going to need systems. Learn some examples of what needs to be implemented and why.

Find out today why your business should be 80 percent systematized and 20 percent humanized.

Welcome to the Love of Business. I’m Crystal.

And I’m Sunshine. Let’s get to it.

Hey, I remember you telling me that system is actually an acronym?

Yup, it sure is. Do you know what it stands for?

Why don’t you refresh our memories? Mine is not that great today.

Sounds good. So, system is an acronym. And what it stands for is saving your self time, energy, and money.

I like it. Saving your self time, energy, and money.

Who doesn’t want that?

I don’t know too many people Crystal.

Crystal, give us a little bit more information about systems. Can you do that?

Yes, yes, I can. So, as your business grows natural holes will start to appear in your business model. And what you need to do is fill those holes with proven systems so that the growth can be sustainable. And so that growth won’t collapse.

So, I’ll give you an example. Like Sunshine said earlier, we are striving to be 80 percent systemized, 20 percent humanized. So, when you have systems in all the core areas to grow your business, marketing, sales, delivery, admin, team. Then you also want that 20 percent humanized. But you don’t have to recreate the wheel every single time when you do a certain task. So, for example, maybe one system would be a system on how you onboard a new client. You know, you have the language you need to use. You have the steps that you need to onboard them. So, you don’t have to rewrite that every single time.

Another example of a system could be a database where you keep all of your contacts in one location and how to use that database. A third example of a system could literally be a filing cabinet where you store all of your important documents.

Make sense?

I’m with you so far, Crystal.

Is there anything else that we should be looking into to make our business this 80/20 rule of 80 percent systemized, 20 percent humanized?

I think the main thing everyone should think about is really breaking down all the core parts that we talked about earlier in figuring out where are those holes and just start filling them. You know, it’s a big endeavor to be 80 percent systemized and 20 percent humanized. So, it’s a process. But it’s just being consistent with that process.

Thank you for that. What’s your number one take away from today’s video? Leave us a comment. And thanks for watching.  

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