Build Systems for Business That Make Sense and Make Money

Updated on January 17th, 2022
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Today it’s easier than ever to start your own small business, but there’s also more to do than ever. It’s crucial for small businesses to maintain a web presence, be active on social media, and build a story for consumers to connect with.

All that good stuff is what makes a brand successful, but it’s also incredibly time consuming. That’s where business systems come in. Creating systems for business will save you time, energy, and money.  You don’t have to waste your time and energy on things that can be automated or systemized for better results.

Here are three business systems to incorporate into your work style.

Create a Morning Habit

Good morning habits are consistently listed as one of the common threads between top performing people. How you start your day can set the tone for the rest of it. So finding a morning system that gets you off to a good start is critical for your business success.

Common morning routines include getting a work out in, meditating, setting goals for the day, and spending some time on a creative pursuit outside of work. Consider journaling with your breakfast instead of scrolling through social media, or getting outside for a walk first thing in the morning.

Invoicing

Invoicing can easily become a time suck if you don’t have a system. Creating every invoice your business has to send one at a time can take hours. Invoicing is on of the systems for business that can be automated from day one.

Instead, an invoicing system like Due is a way to save you time and money. Due has the lowest credit card processing fees around, which is a huge benefit to small businesses. Due also has the option of setting up recurring invoices. So if you have a monthly invoice that needs to go out, you can create it once and be done. Never worry about it again, and give yourself back the gift of time.

Schedule Social Media

Has there ever been a time waster as powerful as social media? We can (and do!) spend hours on all the different platforms out there. Who has actually opened an app, posted something, and gotten off immediately? Not me, that’s for sure.

Scheduling your social media in advance helps keep you off time wasting platforms. You can use Hootsuite to schedule up to 30 posts in advance for free across multiple platforms. (For a paid account you can schedule more.) There’s also Planoly just for Instagram, or Edgar for multiple platforms.

Instead of taking time each day to create social content, sit down and schedule a month in advance. Pick the platforms that are best for your business and schedule out content. This saves you time each day by keeping you out of the apps, and keeps your content flowing at a steady pace.

Build systems for business that will allow you to do the most important work your business requires. Gift yourself freedom from the mundane and set up systems in your business that free you.

Kara Perez

Kara Perez

Kara Perez is the founder of Bravelygo. Kara discovered her love of finances courtesy of her quarter-life crisis. Broke, underemployed and saddled with student loan debt, she realized that her lack of financial education was crippling her adulthood. She now connects individuals with how to save and make money. She freelances in the areas of personal finance.

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