Software Tips.

Your Ticket to Peace of Mind and More Free Time!

Almost everyone I know feels overwhelmed. What have we done to ourselves? I’m going out on a limb here, but I bet your to-do list is never-ending. I suspect that you may also feel that system development is important, but it’s just one more thing to make time for. 

Here are a few truths that I hope you believe by now.

  1. Creating effective business systems and processes is the key to your long-term success.
  2. You must consistently work on the business, not just in the business to achieve continual progress (Michael Gerber).
  3. Small daily improvements will produce dramatic results over time.
  4. One system or process is the weakest link in your business operation. If you can improve that vital system, your business will leap forward. For the moment, all other systems are of secondary importance.
  5. With each successful business system you create or improve, the task will get easier and your rate of progress will accelerate.

I will confess that you have to stick with it until you get in the groove. You have to get used to doing your work inside Box Theory™ software. Eventually, it will become a habit, and you won’t want to do it any other way.

You may already have many document files on your computer. Don’t try to import them into their respective systems all at once. Add them as you go, as you tackle each new system. Let’s keep things simple and focused while you are starting out.

So, get in The Zone every business day and make steady progress. If you are currently behind on your work in the Box Theory™ Business Systems Academy, don’t sweat it. Do the best you can, and the results will follow. With each completed system, your burdens will shrink and your peace of mind will expand. More free time is just around the corner.

Systems will make your life easier!
Ron Carroll

Better Systems
Better Business