Episode 010: Systems That Will Save Your Business! with Jordan Gill
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Operations Consultant and Host of the Systems Saved Me Podcast, Jordan Gill takes pride in saving hours (even days) around time-sucking technology decisions and an untrained team.
She has been on the stages of She's Building Her Empire, Creative CEO Conference, Success Without Sacrifice, Blog Like a Boss Brunch, and Vision Casting while also being featured in Belong Magazine!
She’s also had the pleasure of being interviewed on Creative Empire Podcast, Profit Planner, The Real Female Entrepreneur, Business Building Rockstars, Kickass Masterminds, and CEO Stories.
Jordan lives in Dallas with her Cavapoo, Vivienne and loves to indulge in some true southern bbq.
-How travel has helped impact how she runs her business and helped her become flexible and adaptable.
-Shares how her faith impacts how she made the decision to switch her career and start her own Operations Consultant business with nothing but a network, LLC, an email and a bank account.
-Shares about how she relied on herself and took a chance on herself and grew a profitable business.
-Discusses the “Triple Threat” approach for organization and automating your inbox and social media.
-Talks about scheduling coffee chat details in calendar to maximize time with the person she is meeting with.
-Using scheduling links to prepare for meetings without spending 8-14 emails to schedule one meeting.
-Integrating Accuity and Zoom for business.
-Clarifying what Systems do and how they cut the crap out so you can do the work that really matters.
-When choosing new tools to use, she emphasizes the importance of making sure if it works with the other systems used in your business and their need for good customer service.
-Connection, Clients, Content
-Importance of having systems in place that are built for positive client experience and handling growth in your business.
-Dive into Inbox management and implementing Google Suite in your admin console, and using aliases within your inbox to seamlessly filter messages so you don’t have to. Also illuminated the need to limit your main inbox so all people interactions.
-Setting expectations for response-time to clients and using template emails for common emails to save time.
-Creating social media content from the information you are already absorbing from podcasts, books, tv shows, client interaction. View your own consumption as a way to fuel your social media presence.
-Batching content creation and using scheduling software for social media and not overthinking things.