Session 16: Scalability System Philosophy

Do you have a system to scale your business? Do you have a proven force driving revenue? Do you have a structured, standardized way of operating your business without you?

Probably not. But hey, it’s not your fault, because most businesses don’t.

In this session, I’ll give you a high-level overview of the philosophy that drives my proprietary methodology for strategic alignment. It’s how we’ve saved some small businesses up to $30k/year.

Spoiler: Can you imagine having the power of a manufacturing company driving your business?

It’s pretty powerful stuff.

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Session Notes

This is my proprietary methodology for strategic alignment. This is the same process I’ve used for to save organizations nearly $30k/year.

Not going into too much detail today, as I want to keep these short, but I want to go over a bit of a high-level overview for you.

The core philosophy that I use is: clarify. standardize. scale.

So, the first part to any successful alignment is clarity. I’ve spent a lot of time talking about clarity over the course of these sessions so far. I’ve explained how you can use your mission, vision, and UVP to create a lens to view your business through. This provides extreme clarity.

This is clarity for you, your team, and your customers.

The second part is standardize. No business can really reach full potential without standardization. You want to make sure you document and record all of your SOPs. You’ll want to make sure there’s a system for hiring, training, and on boarding employees. One often missed part is being able to onboard clients well, too.

This standardization is truly the key to scalability. You can’t scale what you can’t standardize.

Then finally scalability. An example I like to use is that of a manufacturing company like Toyota. The only reason any manufacturing company can scale and grow is because they’ve turned their business into a machine. Everyone does their job the same way every time. You can start controlling the inputs/outputs to get the results you want.

Imagine the power of a manufacturing company driving revenue for your business.

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