Wed, 14 March 2018
How Do Your Build A Business That Thrives On Automation?
Todays Guest Has The Answer
My guest today, on the Steve Jobs inspired Join Up Dots free podcast interview is a man who is a master at taking a business and putting it on automatic pilot. As he says " Have you ever wondered how to create more free time and to scale your growth? The use of marketing automation, sales and customer support technologies can help you do this. And now my system "Automate and Grow" provides a blueprint for startups, small and medium businesses to address the use of these and supporting digital technologies to modernize your business and offer customers an exceptional customer experience. He started working on custom mobile and Salesforce projects in 2010 and was ranked in the top 5 at the Salesforce Appquest developer competition with Portable Intelligence. And it seems to me that this was the moment when an interest became a fascination, and he began to love the difference that he was making to peoples lives. He is a people person, who recognises that he has the skills and talent, to not only bring more cash into his clients lives, but also increase the standard of their lives too. A true win win. Give the customer what they are screaming out for in a simple, easy to understand way, and your business will flourish because of it. And now with his book Automate and Grow flying off the shelves at Amazon and his own podcast just launching he is bringing his mission to a wider and wider audience. So did he ever live a life when he was pulling his hair out and looking at his watch twenty times an hour? And what is the number one thing that people struggle with when automating? Not knowing their business, or attempting to use too many systems? Well lets find out as we bring onto the show to start joining up dots with the one and only Michael Devellano Show Highlights During the show we discussed such weighty topics with Michael Devellano such as: Michael shares how he was a "horrible" employee until he realised that his true future was working for himself. Why we all have a blind spot in our business where the work is needed to be done, but we cant see it for ourselves - even though we advise our clients to do it. Why the education system is fundamentally flawed, and the steps we should take to ensure a more positive future for our students. and lastly…. Why Michael realises that he micro manages himself, and sometimes it would be better if he cut himself some slack.