Systemizing Your Business: Closed Mondays!

September 12, 2008 | Communication, Customers, Systemizing | Sandye

[display_podcast] Thoughts from your Systems Goddess, Sandye Linnetz, Process Prodigy If I had known that they were closed on Mondays, I would have planned my day very differently… I would have happily made an appointment for Tuesday and they would have had $87 (plus tip) of my money. Now, I’m upset, they lost my $87 […]

Systemizing Your Business: Start At The End!

September 8, 2008 | Goals, Process Design, Systemizing | Sandye

Thoughts from your Systems Goddess, Sandye Linnetz, Process Prodigy Confused by the title of today’s blog? What’s that mean, “start at the end”? Isn’t that contrary to everything we’ve ever learned? Didn’t Mom and Dad teach us to “start at the beginning” and didn’t Julie Andrews, as the Singing Nun, implore us to “start at […]

Systemizing Your Business: Apparently the System Needs Your Attention

September 5, 2008 | Planning, Process Design, Systemizing | Sandye

[display_podcast] Thoughts from your Systems Goddess, Sandye Linnetz, Process Prodigy Here I sit, sipping hot coffee and eating a “sunrise surprise” amidst the hustle bustle of the Terminal 6 deli at LAX. Most of the folks around me seem calm, peaceful and resigned to the layover/lost time associated with NOT flying “yet”. And I, your […]

Systemizing Your Business: EM loves PP

August 20, 2008 | Business, Process Design, Systemizing | Sandye

[display_podcast] Thoughts from your Systems Goddess, Sandye Linnetz, Process Prodigy Who’s EM? Who’s PP? Well, folks, the secret is about to be revealed… E Myth loves Process Prodigy! Hopefully you’ve already read Michael Gerber’s book, The E Myth or The E Myth Revisited – if you haven’t, go get it right now and READ IT! […]

Systemizing Your Business: Wrestling With The System

August 18, 2008 | Systemizing, Wrestling | Sandye

[display_podcast]   Thoughts from your Systems Goddess, Sandye Linnetz, Process Prodigy Sometimes the game is in recognizing the system. There’s pretty much always a system when things “work”. Sure, randomness, choice, coincidence and luck can enter into the way things work, but, for the most part, it’s all about the system. Discover it, and you […]

Systemizing Your Business: The System of Writing About Systems

August 9, 2008 | Process Design, Systemizing | Sandye

[display_podcast] Thoughts from your Systems Goddess, Sandye Linnetz, Process Prodigy Yes, folks, there’s method (aka a system) to my madness. Even when it comes to writing blogs ABOUT systemizing, there is a back system in place which, when followed, is outrageously effective (shameless plug for OES). It is when the existing system is ignored or […]

Systemizing Your Business: Whadya Mean?

July 21, 2008 | Communication, Systemizing | Sandye

[display_podcast] Thoughts from your Systems Goddess, Sandye Linnetz, Process Prodigy Webster did the whole dictionary thing – and we’re all very grateful to him, of course. Somehow, though, even the thickest, most unabridged dictionary doesn’t “do it” for us. Bizillions of words and we still have to make up more! Beyond single words, we humans […]

Systemizing Your Business: Block That Time!

July 11, 2008 | Planning, Systemizing, Time Management | Sandye

[display_podcast] Thoughts from your Systems Goddess, Sandye Linnetz, Process Prodigy Seriously, how perfect is it when your boss comes to you with an assignment – an important and time sensitive assignment – and you have just finished the homework without even knowing that you’d be asked to turn it in!!!! Well, folks, that’s exactly what […]

Systemizing Your Business: Just Like Us!

June 13, 2008 | Planning, Systemizing | Sandye

[display_podcast] Thoughts from your Systems Goddess, Sandye Linnetz, Process Prodigy There comes a time in the life of each of us when we are forced to evaluate how we are doing. What’s our “IQ” (Integrity Quotient)? Are we talking the talk? And, more importantly, are we walking the walk? This past weekend the Process Prodigy […]

Systemizing Your Business: Go With the FLOW

May 30, 2008 | Systemizing | Sandye

[display_podcast] Thoughts from your Systems Goddess, Sandye Linnetz, Process Prodigy There I was in New York City, sitting down to a lox and bagel brunch (nova, of course -and if you’ve never had it – you’ve never really had good lox), when the conversation turned, as it frequently does when this Goddess is around, to […]

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