“It’s always better to have data backing up what your intuition is saying, and not just making decisions on intuition.”
— Jordan Gill
What’s your zone of genius and how do you use it to your advantage?
Operations consultant Jordan Gill has a system to help entrepreneurs figure that out. In fact, she has a system for everything, really. As founder of Systems Saved Me, Jordan identified her own zone of genius early on in her career. In just five years, she’s turned her company into a million-dollar business that has the systems in place to survive almost anything, including every small business owner’s nightmare: turnover.
On this episode of Live & Earn, Jordan shares how she scaled up from making $110,000 in her first year to her first million only five years later. She also emphasizes the importance of balancing instinct with data and shares her best advice for fellow entrepreneurs who are new to building systems for their business.
WHAT WE TACKLE IN THIS EPISODE:
- Launching a business and lining up $12,000 in recurring revenue right out of the gate
- Becoming a million-dollar business in five years
- How to avoid micromanaging people in your business
- Why systems are essential to scaling a business, maintaining stability amid team turnover, and more
- The first system to implement as a new business owner
- Knocking down perfectionism to get ahead
- What it means to cultivate a culture of ownership in your business
- Why being a solopreneur is unsustainable
- Why it’s critical to incorporate both data and intuition into business decisions
- How offering a smaller range of services can yield a larger client base
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