Great ideas that don’t become strategic systems often don’t get completed, and then become ‘just another failure’ because it doesn’t get done. Your systems for success are successful because they’re systems you’ve put together, written down and proven to be useful, successful, and ready to apply.
Once you have a system, ANYONE can use your written system to become successful.
Plan Your System Strategy and Write It Down
Joey is a writer, but if he doesn’t have a plan written down, he never gets it all done. In fact, Joey will fill up all of his time doing anything but writing. He’ll create things to do that have nothing to do with writing. He needed a calendar plan, written down, with dates, and times, and specific details of what he was going to do, to get the job done.
It’s been said that a poor system will beat a good writer every single time.
Create a system. Commit to it. Put it on the calendar.
Make Your Written Systems Fail Safe
Nobody wants to fail, so the key is to use proven systems, and write them down in vivid detail, so you’re not inadvertently skipping steps. The more steps you have written down, the more likely you are to complete EVERY step, and succeed.
Don’t risk failure by not having complete systems.
Functional Quality Systems Sustain Your Business Balance
The more functional your systems, the easier it will be to sustain quality results every time they’re used. Most business owners recommend a sustainable 3 – 5 times of proven use before you stop adjusting the system, then make sure it’s working properly and use it continuously for any related or relevant project.
Maintain high-quality testing to keep up with any necessary changes and updates to your systems.
Results Driven Testing and Proven Systems Use Record
Once your systems are proven successful the dedicated, continued use of those systems should be managed and maintained. But never stop testing for results. If your systems are working well, the test results should consistently improve each time you use the system.
Test results are always relevant, and should be used to prove your systems continuously successful.
Relevant Dynamics and Paradigms Make a Huge Difference
As your business grows, the continued relevance of significant system changes will relate to any updates required. Don’t change too much too fast, but never fear reasonable change. Updating your systems is an important part of maintaining high quality and functionality of the overall system.