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Step by Step to Get You Implementing All Your Hard Work

What’s in your way?

Determine what resistance there might be before you get started. Are you a procrastinator? Do you need a new web guy? Did you just set up a schedule where your best work needs happen when you’re taking your kids to school? Set yourself up for success by dealing with barriers and issues before you get started.

Commit to Implement

It takes 21 days to form a habit. So commit to following your new process or plan for 21 days. Come on, that’s only 3 weeks. You can do anything for 3 weeks, right?

The Proper Training

Give yourself or anyone working with you the proper training they need to in order to follow your process. Everyone (including you) should have all the tools they need and fully understand what needs to be done.

Find a Place

Decide where you are going to keep your new process or plan. Do you have a book that you can keep next to you? I am a visual person so I physically tape a new process to the wall in front of me so I always see it. I had one client that saved her new process as her screen saver.

Follow the Bouncing Boxes

Actually follow your plan or process. How do you know if it’s working if you don’t actually do it? Remember you committed to implement.

Keep Track of What’s Working – And What’s Not

As you go along, make notes and keep records of things that you could streamline, delegate out or are not running as smoothly as you would like. You’ll use these notes later.

Version 2

At the end of 21 days, go through those notes you’ve been making. Put your consultant’s hat on and see if there is anything that will make your process even better. Incorporate those changes into your process and voila, version 2.

Count down to Launch

Pick a date when version 2 goes into action. On that date, start the implementation process over again and keep that ball rolling.