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Building the Foundation

2012 | Feb 23 in Systems , Management

By Joseph Wollenweber

After reading Tuesday's post, I hope you now understand how important vision, passion and that deep sense of purpose are as the foundation for your business. Keep your eyes open. See the signs of this kind of inspired and alive action, as opposed to ...Continue Reading »

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Six Business Surveys You Can Use To...

2012 | Feb 22 in Home Page News , Systems , Marketing , Management

By Guest Contributor

What’s the purpose of your business? The sole reason your business exists is to fulfill needs. Your product or service fulfills your customers’ needs.  Their purchases fulfill your business’ needs (and in turn, yours).  Y...Continue Reading »

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You and the System are the Solution...

2012 | Feb 21 in Home Page News , Systems , Management

By Joseph Wollenweber

Systems are the solution, right? We’ve all heard this before, and even E-Myth has promulgated this partial truth. But somewhere in all of us is a sense that something deeper must be present to make systemization come alive and create a business...Continue Reading »

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The Working On It Myth

2010 | Apr 28 in Business Development , Home Page News , Systems , Leadership

By Erin Duckhorn

In our article Revisiting the E-Myth we debunked a couple of misconceptions about the E-Myth Point of View; namely that: 1) the business owner should never do the technical work of the business and 2) every business should be franchised. You can read...Continue Reading »

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Top Five Mistakes When Systematizin...

2010 | Mar 31 in Business Development , Home Page News , Systems , Management , Leadership

By E-Myth Business Coach

In order to create an E-Myth'd business, you must create a systematized business. It's absolutely critical to the future growth and success of your business. Why? Well, systems are essential to: Building the asset that will generate the greatest ...Continue Reading »

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Overcoming Business Frustrations

2010 | Feb 17 in Entrepreneurship , Business Development , Home Page News , Systems , Management , Leadership

By E-Myth Business Coach

We define business frustrations as a series of specific recurring events in your business over which you feel you have little or no control. Every business has frustrations. From small "hiccups" that hinder the flow of work, to fatal flaws that ca...Continue Reading »

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Good Time for a Business Checkup

2009 | Nov 30 in Outside Press , Systems

By Erin Duckhorn

In the “Swine Flu Should Prompt Business Checkups” article posted November 17 on BusinessWeek.com, tech consultant Gene Marks explains why flu-related employee absences may be a wake up call for small business owners who are still runni...Continue Reading »

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Creating Happy Employees

2009 | Nov 25 in Training , Home Page News , Systems , Management , Leadership

By E-Myth Business Coach

‘Tis the season for gratitude and, as a business owner, you have a special group of people in your life who deserve your gratitude: your employees. There are many ways you can show your appreciation and say “thank you” for their har...Continue Reading »

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Common Financial Mistakes Part 3

2009 | Nov 25 in Systems , Partners , Money

By E-Myth Business Coach

“You should differentiate your personal credit from your business credit.” — Entrepreneur Magazine Contaminating your credit When people marry, they vow to share their lives. For some goodhearted but financially naive couples...Continue Reading »

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The Best Employee Retention System

2009 | Nov 18 in Home Page News , Systems , Management , Leadership

By E-Myth Business Coach

Hiring and retaining great employees is a key factor in the success of your business. Without the right people with the right skills, your business can’t consistently fulfill your customer’s needs. Great employees support your business su...Continue Reading »

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Tips to Drum Up Sales Now

2009 | Nov 4 in Home Page News , Systems , Marketing , Lead Generation

By E-Myth Business Coach

Most business owners would agree that maintaining or increasing sales is a vital need for their business. It's a common misconception, but many businesses tend to think of increasing sales only when things get slow. There are, however, many other r...Continue Reading »

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The Many Hats of the Business Owner

2009 | Oct 27 in Entrepreneurship , Business Development , Home Page News , Systems , Leadership

By E-Myth Business Coach

Most of the small business owners I work with start our Mastery coaching programs aptly referring to themselves as the owner of the business and “Chief Hat Wearer.” For solopreneurs, 3-person operations, and mid-size companies, the story ...Continue Reading »

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Common Financial Mistakes Part 2

2009 | Oct 14 in Systems , Money

By E-Myth Business Coach

The longer you delay establishing business credit, the longer you delay taking advantage of business loans. — Wells Fargo Bank Putting personal assets at risk Each time you provide a personal guarantee for any type of credit extended to ...Continue Reading »

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Your Operations Manual

2009 | Oct 14 in Business Development , Home Page News , Systems , Management , Leadership

By E-Myth Business Coach

At the heart of a systems-driven business is your company’s operations manual. The operations manual is the authoritative guidebook of how things are done in your business. It gives you an effective way of communicating policy and procedures, a...Continue Reading »

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Systems For Solopreneurs

2009 | Oct 1 in Entrepreneurship , Business Development , Home Page News , Systems , Leadership

By E-Myth Business Coach

We get quite a few questions from our community about how to apply E-Myth principles to a one-person business. Our answer starts with your intention. For the "solopreneur" there are really two paths you can take: one is to be clear with yourself tha...Continue Reading »

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