In this episode, I sit down with business performance architect and co-founder of Work The System, Josh Fonger. Josh discusses investing in systems, how a mechanical shift can save you time and make you money, how to make documenting processes less overwhelming, and ways to build the freedom to chase shiny objects.
We also talk about the amount of time you should spend working on your systems each week, your biological prime time, mindset shifts, process diagrams and outlines, and why “getting it” is so important.
This was an awesome discussion with Josh I hope you enjoy. Now let’s jump right in and get to the straight talk!
[clickToTweet tweet=”Our big push is stay the course, be consistent, and then bring a team around you to document some systems. Build some infrastructure so you know that course is going to stay there and in the meantime, you can build freedom. ~ Josh Fonger” quote=”Our big push is stay the course, be consistent, and then bring a team around you to document some systems. Build some infrastructure so you know that course is going to stay there and in the meantime, you can build freedom. ~ Josh Fonger”]
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About The Guest:
Josh is a business performance architect and the co-founder of Work The System. He is an international business consultant, coach, and speaker. He's had the unique experience of personally helping hundreds of businesses grow simply, using the WTS Method. His specialty is taking stressed out entrepreneurs from working "in" their business to working "on" their business using systems, so that profit and freedom become a consistent mechanical reality
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