Learning systems from airport security


I’m sitting at my gate in Miami Airport after a *fun* security line & I feel like writing them a memo:

“7 TIPS TO IMPROVE AIRPORT SECURITY WITH SYSTEMS”

1️⃣ NOT SURE IF YOU NEED SYSTEMS? Here’s an easy way to find out. If the security line is consistently backed up for reasons inside your control - like slow staff or clueless travelers... you probably need better systems ;)
2️⃣ SERVICE STARTS WITH YOUR STAFF. If your employees don’t want to work there, they don’t do their job, or they just don’t know how... Why are they still employed?
3️⃣ SYSTEMS START WITH THE TOOLS YOU USE. Here’s the biggest issue with this airport... they had a machine that worked great. They decided to replace it (without testing), thinking it would work better. DON’T fix what’s not broken.





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What got you here, won't get you there

What got you here,

Won’t get you there.


Taking fast action on ideas grew your business up to 6-figures,

But slowing down to map out long-term strategy is what’s going to scale it to 7-figures.


It’s easy to keep marketing

Keep selling

Keep on “growing” your business


But you’re going to hit a ceiling very soon

(if you haven’t already)


And nothing will break that ceiling

If you don’t realize that your greatest strength

Just became your greatest weakness...

What you’ve done so far, is no longer working.

What will work?





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If you missed it...

I had a lot of people asking for replay links to my past live streams...

🔥 How I systemized, scaled, and then sold Bots for Business in just 8 months
🔥 How to put out the "fires" in your business for good
🔥 Do you need competence or do you need systems?

AND people are wondering what I'm talking about on upcoming live streams...





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How do you know when you need systems?

How do you know when you need systems? 🤔

I get asked this, literally, on a daily basis.

And here's my answer...

It's not a matter of how much money you're making or how "established" you are. That shit tells me nothing.

I see people making millions of dollars, but lacking any sort of system and feeling burned out constantly.

I see people that are absolutely broke, but have been in business for 20+ years and lack systems as well.

It's not the revenue, the years in business, the type of business, none of that.

It's your bandwidth.

(whaaaat?! *eyes glaze over*)

Let me explain lol

Think of it like internet.

I pay $80/mo for unlimited GBs of internet data usage. Cool.

Usually, I can have my laptop, gaming PC, xbox, my cellphone, and my boyfriend's cellphone using the internet at the same time and it runs well.

Add my boyfriend's laptop, a friend's laptop, and a friend’s cell phone and the internet starts to slow down for all of us.

Add more, and the internet just starts to cut off completely.

This is bandwidth.

How many devices can my internet handle at a time?

This is also an important thing to factor in when scaling, but that’s a different post for a different time lol

As humans, we tend to think "oh I have 24 hours of the day, so I have 24 hours of bandwidth"

And that's where people go wrong.

Your time is a resource you have. Yes.

But it’s not an indicator of whether you need systems or not.

Usually when people tell me they "don't have time" I can probably find 10 extra hours in their calendar where they're eating shit and not being productive.

Cut out Facebook, emails, and your cellphone for a week and see what happens ;)

No, bandwidth isn't about time.

Time is important, but not the answer.

Kind of like the amount of data I’m paying for each month is important, but when there’s too many devices connected to the internet - it doesn’t matter anymore.

Wanna know what this is really about?





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Don't do this alone

There is absolutely NOTHING wrong with asking for help.

There is NOTHING to be guilty of when you need more support than most people.

ESPECIALLY because you're a high achiever and you're probably already overworking and over committing yourself.





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I believe in you

I just realized why my clients get such amazing results...

Because I already KNOW the results they're going to get, before they've even started working with me.

Someone said to me "if only I could make an extra $30k/mo, that would be great"

I laughed and said they could do WAY more once we've set up the right systems.





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You want systems? I'll give you systems

I hear you LOUD and CLEAR. 
You want systems? I'll give you systems 🖥

I have avoided doing a group program for 5 years now

Here have been my top 3 excuses:

🤷‍♀️ I really love getting to know people in a deeper way, and that's why I've chosen to do 1:1 for so long
🤷‍♀️ People can hide out in groups and not show up if they choose. With 1:1 there's more accountability
🤷‍♀️ Groups are about cookie cutter formulas and BS that doesn't work for everybody in the group

Yes, I finally realized how silly I sound lol

I'm even IN a group program that proves all of this wrong.

Plus, my first half of 2018 is close to being fully booked with 1:1 clients. Yet, there's so many of you that have messaged me, wanting to get systems set up in your business 🙊

SO, I want to hear from you...





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Do you keep pushing or do you take a break?

So I’ve spent all winter avoiding the colds and flu going around... aaaand finally got sick this week 😂

The last time I remember being sick was maybe about 2-3 years ago at a trip to California

And I remember when I used to get sick, I’d push through it.

I’d work anyway. 
I’d take medicine just to mask the symptoms. 
And I’d ignore what my body truly needed.

I don’t know about you, but I love my work and I hated “taking breaks” lol.

So I created a system. 
(surprised? 😂)





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