Systems may not sound exciting and sexy but you know what is sexy? Getting your time and sanity back! Your systems, workflows, and processes are what provide your clients with an amazing client experience while also giving you your time and sanity back. Sounds pretty damn great, right?

In this podcast episode, you’re going to learn how to audit your existing processes and workflows, streamline your systems, and automate as much as possible to free you up to do what you do best! 

Today’s Guest: Jen Taylor


Jennifer Taylor is the principal of Jen Taylor Consulting, a consulting firm that works with creative businesses of all sizes to implement streamlined workflows and organized systems to find more time and space for business growth and personal development. She is also the owner and founder of Taylor’d Event Group, a leading event planning company that serves local and destination clients in Washington State and Maui, HI.


In this episode we’ll cover:

  • Why systems may not sound sexy but they give you freedom
  • How to review and streamline your workflows
  • How to audit your current systems
  • Why you should track your time
  • What to automate first
  • How to automate your calendar
  • What to review monthly
  • How Jen set up her financial systems
  • What you can outsource

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Links & Resources:

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More from Jen:

Instagram: @jentaylorconsulting


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