Systemizing Your Business and Your Life: Keep the Change

January 29, 2010 | Problem Solving, Process Design, Profitability, Systemizing | Beth Schneider-Wachner

Thoughts from Sandye Linnetz, Systems Coach and Goddess Of course we need systems and processes. We need them in our personal lives and we need them in business. Without them we operate in a helter-skelter, what do I do now kind of manner. With them in place we know what to do and when to […]

Instituting a New Process: Getting Into the Swim of Things

April 11, 2009 | Process Design | Beth Schneider-Wachner

By Mike Callaghan, Process Prodigy Contributor My sister Barb runs a synchronized swim club.   So, yes, in my youth I spent more weekends at swim meets listening to show tunes and classical music than I care to remember.   When you try to describe synchronized swimming to people, invariably you end up discussing the […]

Double Your Profits – Part 2 – The Essential Pieces

January 30, 2009 | Notes From Beth, Process Design | Beth Schneider-Wachner

By Beth Schneider Did you miss part 1?   Become my Facebook friend and check it out in the notes section – or see it on our blog at http://www.processprodigy.com/blog/?p=244. These days I find myself doing a lot of writing.   I have a whole routine; grab a cup of coffee and close down all […]

Double Your Profits – Part 1 – Making the Shift

January 27, 2009 | Bottom Line, Process Design, Profitability | Beth Schneider-Wachner

By Beth Schneider Today was my day to talk to potential clients. I had a successful, determined woman we’ll call “Sally” on the phone. I listened as Sally told me about her plans, frustrations and fears. You see she was determined to grow her company, but had a bad experience. Sally took steps that were […]

Systemizing Your Business: Follow Up (or fall behind)

January 20, 2009 | Follow-Up, Process Design, Systemizing | Sandye

[display_podcast] Thoughts from your Systems Goddess, Sandye Linnetz, Process Prodigy Follow-up: The act or an instance of reviewing an end or new developments. An activity that continues something already begun, exploits or builds on an earlier work, or reinforces, repeats, builds on, or evaluates a previous action. No, my dear Prodigies, you don’t have to […]

Systemizing Your Business: Do An Audit

January 15, 2009 | Process Design, Systemizing | Beth Schneider-Wachner

[display_podcast] Thoughts from your Systems Goddess, Sandye Linnetz, Process Prodigy Congratulations you are about to be audited! No, it’s not a message from the IRS. This is a HAPPY audit and you do it yourself! The year is just beginning and it’s time to reevaluate your systems. It’s time to take an inventory of your […]

Systemizing Your Business: Know Your Limits for A Very Happy New Year!

January 5, 2009 | Planning, Process Design, Systemizing | Sandye

[display_podcast] Thoughts from your Systems Goddess, Sandye Linnetz, Process Prodigy I have an Outrageously Effective System for celebrating New Years’ Eve and preparing for the coming year. I’ve successfully used it for years, so I know it works. There have been times over the past fifteen or twenty years when I have had to make […]

Systemizing Your Business: Who\’s The BOSS?

November 21, 2008 | Business, Planning, Process Design, Systemizing | Sandye

[display_podcast] Thoughts from your Systems Goddess, Sandye Linnetz, Process Prodigy     The classic question for all of us is: Do you run your business or is it running you? If you’re like most of the “solopreneurs” on this planet the answer isn’t a simple one. Most likely your answer is “well I think I […]

Systemizing Your Life: A MOVING EXPERIENCE

November 9, 2008 | Process Design, Systemizing | Sandye

[display_podcast] Thoughts from your Systems Goddess, Sandye Linnetz, Process Prodigy I moved from a big house into an apartment this week… a small apartment. For those of you who have been through a major “down-size” move,   just the thought of it probably throws you into a tizzy. Can we talk stress? This is where […]

Systemizing Your Business: Don\’t WAIT to systemize!

September 25, 2008 | Process Design, Systemizing | Sandye

[display_podcast] Thoughts from your Systems Goddess, Sandye Linnetz, Process Prodigy Your appointment is scheduled for 9:00 a.m. and you don’t want to be late. You have a very busy day ahead of you and you’re hoping to just get there; get in and get out! So you rush to shower, dress and eat – return […]

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