Episode 82: Systemization, with Colin Sprake
Colin Sprake is a four-time best-selling author and mentor to well over 50,000 entrepreneurs!
Colin has built several different million dollar businesses within 6 months. He has over 30 years of business experience having come from the mining industry to building his own multi-million dollar businesses from the ground up.
A dedicated teacher, Colin is the Master Trainer at Make Your Mark Training and Consulting and is devoted to people achieving huge success in their businesses. His purpose is to assist business owners to dramatically improve the number of businesses that succeed. After all, failing businesses affect us all in negative ways.
Using decades of business experience, Colin speaks and trains on a wide variety of topics for corporations, organizations & associations. Colin Sprake is all about delivering what is required to achieve the desired result and holding you accountable for your own success.
What you’ll learn about in this episode:
- Why systems are important for structuring and organizing your business, and why they are critical for the scalability of your business
- Why putting the right systems in place often means you don’t need to hire more people for your team
- Why it is important to ask yourself, “is the job I am doing right now scalable in the long term?”
- Why it is costly, time intensive and not always effective to keep hiring more employees for your business
- Why scalability and leveraging your assets correctly are the keys to maximizing your growth potential
- Why you need to think about your scalability needs and have a plan in place to implement systems improvements
- How to attend Colin’s Business Mastery event in Toronto or his 2-hour event in Vancouver
- What other exciting speaking events and other activities Colin has planned for the near future
- Why the system you purchase should match with and adhere to your company’s strategy and needs
- How to create a paper system for your company with a well-documented written plan for your business, and how to convert to a computerized CRM system