Importance Of A Business Success System

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How much time do you think your team needs to get trained properly in your business plan? It’s tough to say no to someone that is asking for help, especially if you who has a hard time saying the word no.
Today’s questions is more specific: How far do you go with your local team, when it comes to spending your time with them and “Helping”

I want to make sure that I am clear when I say this, I am not a hand holder. I believe that people should stand on their own two feet. Once they have been directed on how to run their business. 

So, who gets help and who doesn’t? If you don’t have a business success system in place, then you may like the couple stipulations that I like to employ prior to setting an appointment. See Video Below 

Once the ground rules have been set in place, your team will be more active and more apt to being coached. 
If you don’t have a system in place, I would highly recommend checking out the company I have been working with. If it’s a fit, then we’ll talk about the system that we have in place.

“Because You’re Worth It”
Steve Krivda

Steve Krivda








PS: How Awesome Would It Be To Hang Out On The Leader boards With These Guys? Click The Picture Below
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6 thoughts on “Importance Of A Business Success System

  1. Vivienne McDonald

    Interesting point Steve. Having the foundations is so important and you're right, the support could well be right there in the company. Taking responsibility for your own future is right there in your own hands. thanks for the video, it was great.

    1. Steve Krivda Post author

      Awesome Vivienne, glad you stopped by

  2. Mike Hobbs

    Great team building tips, Steve! We have found success in having new team members complete specific activities before they request a coaching call with their mentor.

    1. Steve Krivda Post author

      Right on Mike. You guys are def the masters!

  3. Emily la Grange

    I absolutely agree with you Steve, you’ve got to have systems in place! Great advice, thanks for sharing!

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