If you need to eliminate chaos in your business—and you’re willing to admit things are out of control—you’ll probably need a great coach to make it happen.
Susan Fennema is the Chaos Eradicating Officer (CEO) of Beyond the Chaos, a consultancy that helps small business owners simplify their operations and manage their projects so they can grow their businesses and get their lives back.
With more than 30 years of operations/project management experience in professional service industries, Susan is on a mission to improve American society exponentially.
In this conversation on the Go For Launch podcast, Susan and I talk about the red flags of chaos that can impact your business. We spend a lot of time discussing the paradox of how creating more structure frees people up to be more creative, disciplined and effective.
We also bust the myths of multi-tasking—the bane of many business owners and leaders.
Learn more about Beyond the Chaos and download a free copy of her ebook, 3 Ways to Control Chaos in Your Small Business.
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