Systems

Time Saving Systems for Solopreneurs

August 3, 2021

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I'm Amy!

Client experience is more than delivering on a promise. I empower solopreneurs to design simple, memorable, and engaging experiences that keep clients coming back and sharing their experience with others. 

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As a solopreneur, you wear all of the hats in your business. This leads to an endless to-do list that you never seem to make a dent in. As a fellow solopreneur, I have experienced this struggle firsthand. By developing and implementing simple systems, I have been able to set up my businesses so I can stay and thrive in my zone of genius. 

How can you free up time as a solopreneur? 

Great question! Today, I’m going to be digging into some ways you can start creating simple systems that allow you to focus on what you’re good at while taking care of your clients at the same time. 

This Week on Touchpoints:

• Why saving time is a myth
• Why hiring someone isn’t the first step to reclaiming time
• Simple strategy to make onboarding take less time
• How to let your clients know you’re listening without being in your email 24/7
• Documenting processes becomes simpler with a simple habit

Thanks for tuning in to this week’s episode of Touchpoints, a podcast designed for service-focused solopreneurs, like you, to learn the art of building lasting client relationships with systems strategist and your host, Amy Feierman.


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