Categories Archive: Planning

  • A Day In The Life Of An Entrepreneur

    Have you ever seen that meme, a day in the life of an entrepreneur? And it’s like, oh, I’m excited. Oh, wait, no, I was wrong. I suck. O wait, no, things are working. I think it’s going well. Oh, wait, no, I was wrong again. Oh my gosh, I’m going to go bankrupt. Right…. View Article

  • The Key to Staying Constant in a Business That Comes in Waves

    “How do you stay consistent, especially in a service industry that comes in waves?” This question came in from Caleb Ermier, I think I got your name right. And I highly recommend paying more attention to timelines. So for example on those waves, those really big peak times, you should already have your system set… View Article

  • How To Structure Your Mornings

    How to structure your mornings before you check email? This question came in from Joshua Walker. Thank you so much for submitting this. So the only thing that I found that actually works is keeping my phone completely out of my bedroom, otherwise, I will automatically check my email. So if it’s very far away,… View Article

  • Employee Performance Plan

    Do you have an employee performance plan? Now, what this means is you have employees. Ideally, we want to be able to help those employees the best humanly possible. Whether that means working them out of their current job or role because they’re not necessarily good in that specific role, or helping them get better… View Article

  • Why You Should Run A Beta Test First!

    What is the right way to launch anything? Well, there’s no right or wrong way, right? But, I highly recommend doing what I call a beta. Now, Jeff Walker calls it a seed launch, whatever you want to say, it’s a test. It’s taking whatever this idea is and testing it to a real audience… View Article

  • A Goal Setting Hack For Impatient Owners

    Quick tip for goal setting for entrepreneurs, the ones who wanted everything done yesterday or everything in the next 10 years to be compressed into next year. Well, I was chatting with one of my clients this week, and one of the tactics that I give them is I have them brainstorm an entire list… View Article

  • Do You Have a Hiring Procedure

    As a business owner, how many times have you hired? Now, most likely with contractors and everything, even if you only have 5 or 10 or 15 employees, it’s probably been a lot more than that, right? Do you have one hiring procedure that you’ve been updating over all this time? I was chatting with… View Article

  • When was the last REAL holiday you took?

    Alright, stop for just a second. When was the last time you took a real vacation, one without your laptop or bringing it just in case or checking your phone all the time? Or being and thinking about your business, being somewhere else and not being present with your friends or family or getting that… View Article

  • The #1 Simplest System That Gives You Back $$ and Time

    What is the most important and simple system that will give you the most ROI, probably this week? It takes about 20 minutes. I call it the communication process. We have too many pieces of software with too many potentials of employees contacting you or each other all the time. I was in Bali a… View Article

  • Who’s Actually Responsible for the Results?

    One issue that I see over and over and over again as your team grows, is that no one on your team is responsible except you. No one owns the results. How the heck do you fix that? I had a client, a new client a couple of months ago, we went through and looked… View Article