One of the things I have learned about myself is that I have to experience to learn. Sometimes those are good experiences and sometimes not, but at the end of the day, they're experiences and I've learned from them. Once I've learned, I want to share what I've learned with others.
My business coach Dennis O'Neill often talks about systems. I believe in systems, so we're on the same page there. I'm passionate about helping my clients set up systems that ensure they are achieving their online goals. This is a challenge because it takes an investment of time and/or money without the promise of an immediate result. Ignoring the system doesn't bring the results either, but people perceive investing nothing (or doing more of the same) as being safer than doing something that doesn't bring results right away.
The difference between a system and activity is that the system represents a cycle of activities. Plan, execute and measure, then repeat. The strength of the system is the measurement of your results. How effective was your activity? What were the strengths and shortcomings? What can you do to repeat or improve the results achieved?
One thing of course that a system requires you to do is to be regular. Want to achieve your fitness goals? You won't do that if work out once a month or eat properly when you feel like it. Want to achieve your business goals? The regularity of your marketing activities makes a difference as well. Plan, execute, measure and repeat.
Thanks for reading and I hope all your systems are doing well!