Begin using systems to increase your freedom and profit, it helps to have someone who has knowledge about the tools you need—consulting with an online business manager is a perfect place to start!
What is an Online Business Manager?
The official definition of an Online Business Manager (OBM) is: a virtually based support professional who manages online based businesses, including the day-to-day management of projects, operations, team members and metrics.
What does that mean for you and your systems as a business owner?
The role of an OBM really is one main thing…to free up their client, so that they can pull themselves out of the day-to-day management of activities and focus on what it is important – growing their business.
A great way to accomplish this is by:
>>>Removing actions that are unneeded.
>>>Delegating tasks to a team member.
Using Systems to Increase Your Freedom and Profit
Why Systems? Having systems in place for your business helps processes to run more smoothly and efficiently. When your business is set-up to run by a process, you not only will have reduced stress levels, but also more time to focus on making an income.
If you have limited hours per week to run your business, you will maximize the potential of your time, which results in more leads and having a client-centered approach. So those few hours are spent growing your business, instead of maintaining it.
With all the different systems out there how do I choose what I need?
I’ve spent a lot of time with trial and error when it comes to setting up systems in my business. I often get asked, “with all the different systems out there how do I choose what I need?”
The answer depends on you and your business, because we are all unique.
Four Categories of Systems
With so many options for systems out there here are four categories that systems are available for: Attract, Connect, Convert, and Productivity.
What systems fall in to each category?
Social Media Management
Record Audio/Video (Podcasts, Livestream, YouTube)
Business Management Suite
File Storage (Digital and Physical)
To read more about each of these systems and to learn what my favorite tools are, be sure to sign up HERE.