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The right systems set your company up to thrive—even when you're not there.

Work ON it, not just IN it

If you’re one of the many millions of fans of Michael Gerber’s The EMyth Revisited, you know that there’s no message that’s had a more universal impact on business owners than work on it, not just in it. Over the last 35 years, since The EMyth was first published in 1986, this phrase has become part of the busines...

Ilene Frahm - EMyth

Ilene Frahm

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On letting go: an entrepreneurial perspective

If you sent your team a text today telling them you were never coming back, what would happen? Would your business be able to operate just as well without you? If the answer is “no,” it’s safe to say that you’ve built your business around your own ability to get things done. If that’s true, your business may be gi...

Ilene Frahm - EMyth

Ilene Frahm

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How to find time to work ON your business

Business owners are some of the busiest people I know. So it never surprises me when I hear a prospective Coaching client say they just don’t have time to work on their business. They don’t even have time to spend with their family or exercise or volunteer doing something they’re passionate about, so where are the...

Tricia Huebner - EMyth

Tricia Huebner

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The 5 blog posts business owners loved in 2018

 How do you build a highly systematized, self-sustaining business that can give you the freedom to step away from it for days, weeks, or even months at a time? That’s what business owners like you most wanted to read about this year. In case you missed them, here are the 5 most popular blog posts of 2018.

Olivia Gerber - EMyth

Olivia Gerber

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Systems will set you free

If you want to confidently step away from your business—whether it’s for two weeks, two months, or two years—you need to trust that two key dynamics in your business can operate consistently and predictably whether you’re there or not.

Ilene Frahm - EMyth

Ilene Frahm

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Planning for a business that works

Let’s start with one thing we all know: Being good at something – designing a building, baking specialty cakes, performing micro-surgery, repairing cars, promoting artists, installing electrical wiring or plumbing, providing legal or financial advice – achieving a level of expertise in any area for which you have ...

Adam Traub - EMyth

Adam Traub