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Conquer Work and Life! Systems Can Save Your Sanity

Systems Can Save Your Sanity

Systems – they make everything easier! It helps ensure the job is done right – but are you sure that the system you have is right? In Episode 75 of the Total Fit Boss Chick, we’re joined by Rebecca Kay systems and automation strategist and host of the Solo to CEO Podcast!

She runs two successful online businesses while working her high-pressure full-time corporate job for one of the largest global audits. Not to mention, she is a wife and mother of three, which includes a set of twins! Now, she’s able to manage all of that with systems.

She’s going to aid us in unlocking the secrets of how systems can set us free from the busyness and get things done! Before we dive into creating the right systems – “we need to understand what systems are…”

Rebecca highlights that there is a lot of misconception, People tend to jump onto tech tools and platforms – but those are not systems. They’re broader that define a set of interconnected activities that help you achieve a specific goal in your business.

Therefore, those tech platforms are only one aspect of the whole. One would need to consider the coordination, link steps, and workflows. We’re systematically freeing ourselves from a busy lifestyle and work done on Episode 75, Conquer Work and Life! Systems Can Save Your Sanity, of the Total Fit Boss Chick Podcast, so don’t forget to tune in!

Topics to Save Your Sanity:

  • Rebecca’s story
  • What systems are
  • Setting up systems
  • Automation and mastery

Systems to Become Less Busy!

Being busy doesn’t mean that we’re working hard and getting work done. Sometimes, it’s a sign that we’re not efficient because our system is not working. Don’t miss any of the details on how we can set up the right systems for us in Episode 75, Conquer Work and Life! Systems Can Save Your Sanity of the Total Fit Boss Chick Podcast!

Key Points To Set Up a System 

First, you need to do a task audit. This is where you need to look at what’s taking a lot of your time with your business. This proves to be a big pain for one’s business.

One of the best ways to tackle this head-on is through automation. With certain jobs, it’s also best to look at a specialized virtual assistant. This is both cost-effective and efficient.  It lets you spend more time on things you love to do about your job and stay in your zone of genius. You’re leveraging other people’s specialties and skills to do the things that you aren’t in your zone of genius.

It’s a win-win situation! 

The next step is task management. This is looking at how you make your “to-dos” and manage your team. A word of wisdom is that you won’t build the right system overnight. It’s best to start from the backend and slowly work on it week by week. 

Let’s Set Up Systems for Success!

Are you ready to set up systems for success? Don’t forget to listen to Episode 75, Conquer Work and Life! Systems Can Save Your Sanity, of the Total Fit Boss Chick Podcast so you don’t miss any details! 

Connect with Rebecca: 

Website: https://rebeccakay.podbean.com/

Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/za/podcast/the-solo-to-ceo-podcast/id1579282174

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