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Systems Saved Me

This is the Systems Saved Me Podcast, where we help business owners navigate their way to success through systems. If you want an action­packed podcast with step by step chatter from a variety of industries, this is the show for you! I’m Jordan Gill, Head Honcho at Personalized Procedures, a business operations agency for overwhelmed entrepreneurs. Listen in every Monday for a shiny new episode!
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Nov 28, 2016
This episode is brought to you by Personalized Procedures.
 
Today, I’m talking about expectations impacting the quality of your relationships.
 
Topics:
  • (0:30) Intro
  • (1:09) Accurately expressing expectations and demonstrating boundaries
  • (3:05) Personal example of failing to do both
  • (5:53) Benefit of expectations and boundaries
  • (7:46) What are your expectations and boundaries?
  • (9:40) Getting yourself to a good place
  • (10:28) Negative and positive effects
Quote of the Week:
 
“[Expectations and boundaries] are protective. They are not to hurt anybody else. They are not to make me inaccessible to other people. They are genuinely to protect my worth and how I work.”
- Jordan
Nov 21, 2016
 
This episode is brought to you by Personalized Procedures.
 
Today, I’m talking about the course creation process in Trello.
 
My guest is Lindsay Padilla, who works with clients to help them turn their one-on-one work into courses.
 

Topics:

  • (1:01) Introducing Lindsay
  • (4:27) Business before Trello
  • (7:01) What influenced the process
  • (9:00) The steps
  • (20:11) Best financial investment
  • (23:52) Worst financial investment: lessons learned
  • (25:48) Curbing course addiction
  • (30:20) Quality over quantity
  • (31:55) Where to find Lindsay
Quote of the Week:
 
“The content creation is one piece, but the other piece is the teaching and the delivery and coming up with unique activities... that is something that is missing in
your typical courses online right now.”
- Lindsay
 
Nov 14, 2016

This episode is brought to you by Personalized Procedures.

Today, I’m talking about sales page designs. My guest is Melissa Burkheimer, who creates sales pages for people’s product launches, live events and high-end coaching programs.

Topics:

  • (1:01) Introducing Melissa
  • (1:57) Melissa’s system
  • (2:14) Before systems
  • (3:53) What drove Melissa to a system
  • (5:07) The steps
  • (10:02) Following a timeline
  • (12:40) Melissa’s best financial investment
  • (14:08) Worst financial investment: course overload
  • (15:24) Finding Melissa

Quote of the Week:

“You gotta stay in your zone of genius.”– Jordan Gill

Resources:

www.meilssaburkheimer.com
www.melissaburkheimerstudio.com
https://www.instagram.com/melissaburkheimer/
https://www.facebook.com/MelissaBurkheimer/

 

Nov 7, 2016
This episode is brought to you by Personalized Procedures.
 
Today, I’m talking about how knowing yourself first is the key to successful systems.
 
Topics:
  • (0:30) Intro
  • (1:15) Get More Done Giveaway
  • (2:48) Your systems vs. someone else’s
  • (5:27) Five preferences for YOUR systems
  • (5:40) Schedule Preferences
  • (8:20) System Preferences
  • (9:44) Social Preferences
  • (11:44) Timing Preferences
  • (14:27) Offline and Online Preferences
Quote of the Week:
 
“[My systems are] taking myself into consideration and setting myself up for success.”
- Jordan
 
Resources:
 
www.priorityva.com
www.getmoredonegiveaway.com
 
 
Nov 1, 2016

This episode is brought to you by Personalized Procedures.

Today, I’m talking about partnerships and collaborations. This is the first duel-guest episode, featuring Bri and Thais, who are the accidental business partners that founded Amplify.

Topics:

  • (1:14) Introducing Bri and Thais
  • (3:05) Business before systems
  • (4:46) Getting serious about business
  • (5:50) Being equally committed and always communicating
  • (8:08) System-making process: having the right conversations
  • (12:27) Asana
  • (14:00) Weekly CEO meeting
  • (15:50) Valuing communication: having the tough talks
  • (19:05) Best financial investment
  • (22:51) Worst investment: expanding to new cities

Quote of the Week:

“If we’re not fully in sync, then our business falters.”–Thais

“When you’re in partnership with another person, It’s never going to be rainbows and unicorns all day every day, but the important thing is not what happens, it’s how the two of you come together.” - Bri

Resources:
 
http://www.theamplifycollective.com
https://twitter.com/TheAmplifyCo
https://www.instagram.com/theamplifyco/
https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/be-amplified/id1113670828
 
 
 
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