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Are You Too Busy for Box Theory™?

The greatest barrier to success with anything, including Box Theory™, is getting started. Believe me. I know the challenge of small business owners to carve out extra time to work on the business (Michael Gerber). Changing my work pattern to accommodate this task was one of the hardest things I’ve had to do in my business career. Now, all I can say is, “I’M GLAD I DID IT!”

If you haven’t had a chance to dig into the Box Theory™ Business Systems Academy yet, I hope that you will soon—not for me, but for YOU. The principles you learn and apply will eventually give you the free time you want. When you properly systemize your business, it will run smoothly and profitably, even when you’re not around!

By the way, if you don’t have an hour a day to work on your business, plan to spend two hours a day putting out fires, apologizing to customers, and babysitting employees. The statement is true: “If you don’t have time to do it right you must have time to do it over.”

System development may seem like an extra burden on the front end. However, with each new business system or process, your overall workload is lightened. And who knows, you may even have fun with it, like I do! 

Later, I’m going to tell you how to get out of the pick-and-shovel work of system development. But for now, I want you to go through the course and learn the principles. They will make you a strong and effective leader. It all starts in The Zone!

Ron Carroll

Better Systems
Better Business