How To Build An Easy-To-Run Business

How To Build An Easy-To-Run Business

One day, every single part of your business is going to be easier to do, more streamlined, more organized, more easeful. I don’t know when that day is going to be – it’s different for everyone – but that day is going to come.

At some point, eventually, all the transitions will have taken place, all the new systems and fresh approaches and all that “working smarter” stuff will move from “to-do” to “to-done”, and your business and life will be unimaginably different than it is now.

That’s wonderful. But we’re not there yet, are we? We’re on the timeline, moving forward in our journey to running our business like a boss.

So let’s take a gander at what that journey is going to look like to you. We’re going to peer into the crystal ball and see your future, right now, so you know what’s in store for you.

Here’s the story of how you get from today to that final day when everything is shockingly easy compared to how it is right now.

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The Top 10 Tasks I Assign To My VAs

The Top 10 Tasks I Assign To My VAs

Lauren asks,

I know you have several virtual assistants working right now (and have had many over the years) and I’m curious as to what you do with them. Do you give them easy work, or do they really get in there and do harder tasks? And how much of the business are you personally involved in?

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How to Make Digital Products When You Don’t Have Tech Skills

How to Make Digital Products When You Don’t Have Tech Skills

Creating digital products is an exceptionally fun way to make money – and after 10 years, I have to tell you, it never gets old. (Well, maybe it does. But it sure beats all that temp agency stuff I did in my 20s.)

But what do you do if you kind of suck in the tech-skills department? As someone who well and truly sucks at that – and always has (I’m a 90% Luddite) – I can tell you what I do to make the process easier. Or possible. Or both.

Here’s what I do.

If you suck at tech, you can just follow my example.

(It’s worked for me so far.)

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