Monday Morning Jumpstart:
4 Pillars of Business: Systems & Techniques

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In today’s Monday Morning Jumpstart, Ted and Jade talk about the second pillar in the 4 Pillars of Business: Systems & Techniques.

Ted and Jade break down how to set up systems and techniques that work for you to create a better business — especially in our ever-changing industry. And, Ted reveals the questions to ask yourself to identify what you need to put in place, and how to assess them as you move forward.

Knowing what you NEED to create the most efficient and fulfilling writing career is only one piece of the puzzle …

So Ted and Jade also offer examples of where gaps may be in your quest to make forward progress, and then they share what you should do to keep building better revenue streams.

If you missed their discussion on the first pillar: Culture & Connection, you can watch it here.

Join us every Monday morning for a boost of writing motivation, plus tips and strategies to make sure you're staying on track and moving towards your goals all year.

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Published: June 5, 2023

1 Response to “Monday Morning Jumpstart: 4 Pillars of Business: Systems & Techniques ”

  1. Sometime in the future, I intend to enroll in writing project.

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