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Kate's Take: where Kate Erickson of Entrepreneurs On Fire shares a behind-the-scenes look at how to run a 7-figure business. Looking for step-by-step, in-depth and actionable lessons that will help you start creating, growing and monetizing your business? Then you're in the right place! Ditch overwhelm and start taking action today.
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Sep 14, 2015

In this episode I share how to identify processes that aren't working - and how to fix them.

We spend so much time making sure our systems and processes are set up correctly, but what about the maintenance side of the equation? 

Make sure you're not only leveraging your systems and processes to the fullest, but also recognizing when one of them might be broken.

Post that accompanies this episode: http://eofire.com/episode116

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Sep 10, 2015

How do you create a system that will remove you from the day-to-day of your business?

In this episode I share 4 steps you can take in order to remove yourself from some of the repetitive, mundane - yet important - tasks in your business, so you instead can focus your energy on other things, like new ideas, improving already existing things in your business, and freeing up time so you can spend it on - whatever you want!

Post that accompanies this episode: http://eofire.com/episode115

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Sep 7, 2015

Creating systems and processes in your business isn't always as cut and dry as following 3 simple steps. Sometimes things come up in your business that you haven't prepared for - that you may have never expected to be creating a system or process around.

That was certainly the case for us when it came to setting up a system around following up (and recovering) missed payments for Podcasters' Paradise.

In this episode I walk through how we did it, and how you can approach similar situations in your business.

Post that accompanies this episode: http://eofire.com/episode114

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Sep 3, 2015

In this episode I cover from start to finish how we hire team members here at EOFire. I also talk about the on boarding process and how we delegate parts or the whole of a task, project, system or process to our virtual team.

Post that accompanies this episode: http://eofire.com/episode113

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Aug 31, 2015

Documenting your systems and processes - much like creating the system or process itself - might seem like a lot of work and time and effort.

That's because it is. It does take work and time and effort to put systems and processes in place - and furthermore, to actually document them.

In this episode I share how to document your systems and processes and why it's so important.

Post that accompanies this episode: http://eofire.com/episode112

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Aug 27, 2015

You can't create 10 systems at once, and that's exactly why I recorded this episode. I want to share a few of the most common systems every business should have in order to give you a place to start.

I'm going to go big-picture here; I'm not going to talk about the several processes that might live under each of these systems in detail. But we'll get there - we'll be diving into each of these systems individually in future Kate's Take episodes.

Today, we'll be discussing Marketing and creating a system for Outreach and Networking.

Post that accompanies this episode: http://eofire.com/episode111

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Aug 24, 2015

You can't create 10 systems at once, and that's exactly why I recorded this episode. I want to share a few of the most common systems every business should have in order to give you a place to start.

I'm going to go big-picture here; I'm not going to talk about the several processes that might live under each of these systems in detail. But we'll get there - we'll be diving into each of these systems individually in future Kate's Take episodes.

Today, we'll be discussing Setting SMART Goals and creating a system for your Content.

Post that accompanies this episode: http://eofire.com/episode110

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Aug 20, 2015

When you're creating systems and processes, your business (and life) might look and feel a little hectic. You might feel like you're kind of all over the place - or sometimes, you might feel like you're forgetting something.

In today's episode I chat about the 3 Steps to putting down a solid foundation to help support your business (and life) while you're creating systems and processes - so that you don't feel overwhelmed, and so that nothing falls through the cracks.

Post that accompanies this episode: http://eofire.com/episode109

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Aug 17, 2015

Now that we've covered the 3 Steps to creating any system or process in your business, including taking inventory, writing out the steps, and determining efficiencies, let's really dive into how this impacts YOU and your time.

Because creating systems and processes is a way for you to create freedom, all while growing and scaling your business, in this episode we break down the "batching" category even further to ensure we're making the things YOU do in your business are most efficient.

Post that accompanies this episode: http://eofire.com/episode108

Posts mentioned in this episode:

Theming: http://eofire.com/episode59

SCRUM: http://eofire.com/episode58

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Aug 15, 2015

We all know about the importance of setting goals, “doing the work”, and learning from our mistakes, and while we can’t forget about those critical success factors, we also can’t forget about our blindspots.

Just like in the physical world of driving, not being aware of these blindspots may be limiting you (at best), and severely hindering your success (at worst).

In today's episode I chat with Phil Ferrante of bFitnLive about 4 things that could be sabotaging your success.

Post that accompanies this episode: http://eofire.com/blindspot

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