How Multitasking Scares The Money Away with Connie S. Falls | PoP 714

A photo of Connie S. Falls is captured. Connie has created hundreds of businesses for clients and consulted over 3,500 clients over the years. Connie S. Falls is featured on Practice of the Practice, a therapist podcast.

Is your business totally dependent on you doing everything? Can you build your business to be sustainable without you? Why is documentation a direct link to scaling success?

In this podcast episode, LaToya Smith speaks with Connie S. Falls about how multitasking scares the money away and how to create sustainable systems.

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Meet Connie S. Falls

A photo of Connie S. Falls is captured. She has spent the last 14 years creating the Operational Documentation that allows you to Create Sustainable Generational Wealth. Connie is featured on the Practice of the Practice, a therapist podcast.

Connie S. Falls — the “S” is for SYSTEMS — has spent the last 14 years creating the Operational Documentation that allows you to Create Sustainable Generational Wealth. That includes policies, processes, procedures, onboarding, workflows and all of the foundational documents your business needs.

Connie has created hundreds of businesses for clients and consulted over 3,500 clients over the years. She’s written $100,000,000 programs for Dell, business plans for over 50 different industries and built partnerships with oil & energy companies in Africa, to motivational speakers in Alaska.

With her first book “Scrambled Eggs: The Must Have Playbook for Organizing an Entrepreneurs Brain”, and Systems in a Day Workshop, Connie has been able to help thousands of CEO’s prepare for the journey of having systematized businesses!

Visit Connie S. Falls’ website and connect with her on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Youtube, and LinkedIn.

In This Podcast

  • Write it all down
  • Be honest with yourself
  • How multitasking scares the money away
  • Handling the finances of delegation
  • Connie’s advice to private practitioners

Write it all down

The very first step to reorganizing your business, restructuring your systems, and getting your priorities straight is to write everything down.

Businesses don’t have emotions, they only have tasks. It’s only a list of things that have to be done. So when you [feel] overwhelmed, the business doesn’t feel overwhelmed, the business just needs more processes in place to scale. (Connie S. Falls)

Remove the emotions from business and focus on the tasks that need to be done.

  • Write down everything that needs to happen within the business to make it run smoothly and scale successfully
  • Write out exactly how you want things to be done
  • Label which of these tasks you can delegate out and create systems for
  • Only focus on what you need to focus on as the CEO

Be honest with yourself

You need to be honest with yourself about what you can do, and what you need help doing.

If you think you can do everything well, then you are either not prioritizing your time or you are close to burn-out.

Do not be nervous to delegate, because there are capable people out there who can assist you.

How multitasking scares the money away

Multitasking scares the money away … because guess what, there is no way you can give 100% to four different things, because that’s 400%, and there is only 100%. (Connie S. Falls)

You cannot do everything, and if you try to, then you are costing yourself precious energy and costing your business (and clients) precious money and time.

There is no clear balance in life, only priority, so prioritize what you need to do (and a little bit of what you want to do) and then document the rest to delegate it out.

Once you understand what your role is and you know exactly what’s under your job description, I only do what’s under my job description. And guess what, my team has permission to put me back in my place when I overstep my boundaries into their jobs. (Connie S. Falls)

Handling the finances of delegation

Many people are doubtful to delegate because they think that they do not have the financial capacity to hire and pay for a team.

However, the fact is that it is often a spending problem, not a budgeting problem.

I’m not telling everybody to go out and live in poverty but what I am saying is don’t make excuses. (Connie S. Falls)

Look at your finances – which daily habits and spending activities in your personal life is your business funding? Can you curb some unnecessary expenses for the sake of building your business?

Connie’s advice to private practitioners

Make your business sustainable so that it can continue to grow and exist without you.

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Meet Joe Sanok

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Joe Sanok helps counselors to create thriving practices that are the envy of other counselors. He has helped counselors to grow their businesses by 50-500% and is proud of all the private practice owners that are growing their income, influence, and impact on the world. Click here to explore consulting with Joe.

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