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How to Create Systems from a Holistic Perspective


As a business owner, when did you last ask yourself if what you’re doing is actively helping or supporting the life you want?

If you want your business to fit your life, then you need to start looking at your systems from a holistic perspective.

If I’m being brutally honest, I don’t think pause and ask ourselves this question often enough. When you’re in the building phase of your business that’s typically the last question you ask yourself, because all you want is to get to a place of sustainability. But the problem with that is, you’re probably building a business that you don’t even like just so you can tear it down and make it sustainable. Whoops.

So instead of throwing spaghetti at the wall and hoping it sticks, there are some questions I want you to ask yourself as you build and grow your business. Because strong systems, ones that support the whole reason you started this business in the first place, start with YOU.

Why? Because when you’re building your business to fit your life you need to think about your life and goals first in order to make sure your systems fit it.

If you want to feel good about how you want your life to look, it’s time to look at your business and the systems that you have. Systems should be designed to work for you, not against you. Having intentional systems will allow you to build that lifestyle.

And by understanding the reasoning behind how — and more importantly why — your business runs the way it does, you’ll be able to make more intentional decisions that will allow you to run your business instead of the other way around.

Ready to dive into the 5 questions to ask yourself when creating systems from a holistic perspective? Head over to Agency 23 where I’m diving into the 5 questions to ask yourself when it comes to creating systems from a holistic perspective.

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