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You’ve gladly given up the title of “Solopreneur” to bring on a team to support you in working toward your vision in your business but with each passing day, communication feels cumbersome and disjointed, with messages coming in through email, Slack, Voxer, and your Project Management tool with no rhyme or reason.

There are three types of internal communication you need to have in place to ensure that you’re staying on the same page with everyone on your team and ultimately, working toward your vision.

3 Steps to Streamline your Team Communication

Whether you’re a solopreneur with plans to expand your operations or a rapidly-growing small business who needs to pace growth with demand, you can benefit from having an org chart in place.

An Organizational Chart will help you, as the business owner, to get a bird’s-eye-view of your business, by clearly defining roles and responsibilities. An org chart will also make it obvious to your team just exactly who they are to communicate with (because, let’s be honest, you didn’t hire a team to field alllll the questions).

How to Create an Organizational Chart in 3 Easy Steps

If you’re a service-based entrepreneur that has grown past the bootstrapping phase and are making consistent income in your business, you’ve likely felt the unpleasant sensation of hitting a ceiling in your revenue.

If you’re ready to grow a team and scale your business, you’ve got to have the vital Team Management systems in place before you hire, otherwise, hiring can lead to the opposite of what you’re hoping to achieve (read: even more stress and longer hours working inside of your business).

The 4 Key Steps to Preparing Your Business to Hire a Team

We’re concluding the 3-part, Scaling with Systems blog series with a breakdown of the final three business systems you need to implement before you’ll be truly ready to scale your business and step out of the day-to-day operations and into your sweet spot.

In this section, we will explore sales systems, delivery systems, and business foundation systems.

10 Ways to Leverage Systems to Scale your Business (Part 3)

There are 10 key system categories that are vital to implement in order to allow your business to run without you in the minutia each and every day, while simultaneously growing your bottom line.

In this section we’re going to cover are metrics systems, marketing systems, and relationship systems.

10 Ways to Leverage Systems to Scale your Business (Part 2)

Ready to scale your business and up-level your lifestyle but not sure how?

Systems are KEY.

There are 10 key system categories that are vital to implement in order to allow your business to run without you in the minutia each and every day, while simultaneously growing your bottom line.

In Part 1 of my 3-part, Scaling with Systems blog series, we’re going to break down each of the most important systems you need to implement in your business before you’ll be truly ready to scale.

10 Ways to Leverage Systems to Scale your Business (Part 1)

When it comes to building long-term relationships with clients who view you as their “go-to” and sing your praises to their network, starting out on the right foot with a seamless client onboarding experience that makes your client feel uber taken care of is a MUST.

Read on to find out the 5 Steps to a smooth-as-butter client onboarding experience!

5 Steps to Onboard New Clients like a Pro

The 90 Day Plan is a game changer and if you don’t have one in place right NOW, it’s time to get planning and have your most productive quarter yet!

A Quarterly Plan will help you clarify your short-term goals and the action steps that you need to take to achieve them.

So just HOW do you create a Quarterly Plan for your business? Read on to find out!

3 Steps to Creating a Quarterly Plan for your Business

Ever wish you didn’t have to recreate the wheel each time you complete a business task that you do every month or quarter (but just can’t seem to remember all the steps each time) or not sure how you’re going to scale your business without burnout? Cue the Standard Operating Procedure. SOPs allow you to work smarter, not harder by creating a step-by-step process of each repeatable task in your business.

What are SOPs (and do I need them in my business?)

While there might not be one “magic bullet” software that’s going to suddenly make your life more streamlined and your business more successful, there are a few essential productivity tools that you should have in your small business toolbox. These productivity tools include Project Management, Internal Communication, CRM, Appointment Scheduling Tool, and Document Creation/Storage.

Top Five Tools for a Streamlined Client Experience