Seminar: Find Your Weakest Link

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Learn to map your processes and identify where your business needs systems

Albert Einstein once said that the definition of insanity is “doing the same thing over and over again, but expecting different results.”  While that sounds obvious, figuring out how to create or fix a system can be daunting.


Yet if you want to:
  • Grow your business – but not your workload
  • Streamline your business – so it’s not so reliant on you
  • Do the right things “over and over” again – so you can expect consistently great results…


… implementing systems and controls are critical to making this happen.


But where to begin?  And how do you do it?

MOGL helps businesses improve speed, quality, experience and profitability

This free seminar addresses this very topic.  It’s designed for owners of established, small-medium businesses that want to grow or become more efficient / effective.  You’ll walk away having:


learned key areas where systems are needed in every business

learned how systems choices affect your market position

identified and prioritized the most important systems in your businesses

discussed workflow mapping as a tool to create or fix systems in your business

reviewed real case studies of good and bad systems

developed a systems plan specific to your business and growth plans


Issues like bottlenecks, duplication, error rates or poor communication can hold any business back – from solopreneurs to large corporations.  In MOGL’s experience, owners that actively map, monitor and take action on their systems solve problems faster and execute a more sustainable business strategy.

Contrary to popular wisdom, knowledge is not power – it is potential power. Knowledge is not mastery. It is potential mastery. Execution will trump knowledge every day of the week” (Tony Robbins).


Grow and smarter, with MOGL.  Access MBA-educated business talent on an hourly, as-needed basis. Delegate the execution of business development / operations work you know you should be doing, but just don’t have the time / capacity / energy / experience to get it done.


Are you executing?