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On today’s show, I have Business Operations Consultant Jordan Gill who is located in Dallas, Texas.
While Jordan primarily works with entrepreneurs and creating systems for their business so they can be more effective and efficient, she shares SO many great tips during this episode that can be applicable to anyone. After listening, you’re going to be inspired to systemize EVERYTHING in your life so you can spend more time doing what you love, spending time with family and friends, or whatever it is you want to do with more free time!
We chat about inbox management, how to not be completely overwhelmed with your inbox, advice on setting boundaries in your professional and personal life, decision fatigue and how to fight it, how she works a 3 day work week (and brings in a steady income) and so much more!
Excited for you to tune in and hope you enjoy!
In today’s episode, you’ll find out:
Operations Consultant, Founder of The Kolada Group, and Host of the Systems Saved Me Podcast, Jordan Gill takes pride in saving hours (even days) around time-sucking technology decisions and an untrained team.
She has been on the stages of She’s Building Her Empire, Creative CEO Conference, Success Without Sacrifice, Blog Like a Boss Brunch, and Vision Casting while also being featured in Belong Magazine!
Jordan is known for her buzzworthy client onboarding experience for service-based business owners that only takes 5 minutes!
She also teaches her P.R.E. process for onboarding team members to set your team up for success in 30 minutes. No more bad hires!
Jordan lives in Dallas and loves to indulge in some true southern bbq.
“I want to be there for my friends and family and I need my business to support that kind of lifestyle.” – Jordan GillGive yourself grace. Give yourself time. The first couple of months I was like, 'there's no way I'm going to be able to do 3-day work weeks!' - Jordan Gill Click To Tweet
“If you feel confident about it, then people feel your own confidence.” – Jordan Gill
“If you feel confident about it, then people feel your own confidence.” – Jordan GillNo is a complete sentence. - Jordan Gill Click To Tweet
“As much as a systems person I am, I don’t have a morning routine.” – Jordan Gill
“My morning is the least scheduled part of my day.” – Jordan GillNobody on my team has ever sent me an email. - Jordan Gill Click To Tweet
“Understanding how you work and move about your day and centering everything around It.” – Jordan Gill
“I was super weird admitting that I liked to sleep in.” – Jordan Gill
“It can seem harsh, but for me and my clients, systems are very supportive.” – Jordan GillIf you're not fair to yourself, you're going to burn out. - Jordan Gill Click To Tweet
“Then you end up not being able to actually take care of anyone else because you’re taking too much into consideration.” – Jordan Gill
“If literally the Internet blew up, would I be able to continue my business? I feel confident I could say yes.” – Jordan GillGive other people grace and always serve first. - Jordan Gill Click To Tweet
“Decision fatigue is the most challenging thing for me as an entrepreneur.” – Jordan GillThe best part of my day has oddly become my inbox. - Jordan Gill Click To Tweet
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