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Do you sometimes feel like your business is an adult daycare center? Are you constantly repeating yourself, fixing errors, and trying to hold things together? What if it were possible to create a business that runs itself?

You’ve dreamed about it - now it’s time to make this a reality!

If you’re anything like many seasoned business owners, you’ve tried and failed to systemise your business. The reality is, your shiny business isn’t as functional as it looks from the outside; it’s unorganised, inconsistent, and key person dependent.

SYSTEMology solves this problem with a proven, step-by-step business systemisation framework - designed so that even the busiest business owner can deploy it. Drawing on 20+ years of business experience and real-life case studies, David Jenyns details the path to complete business reliability.

©2020 David Jenyns (P)2020 David Jenyns

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  • Al Sali
  • 2021-01-21

Finally!!

it was quite a while since I was looking for a simple and straightforward SYSTEM for SYSTEMISING my business. Matter of fact since I read The E-Myth first time.

David Jenyns managed to finally satisfy my very fussy taste in simplification by writing this book. like Allan Dib the author of "The 1-Page Marketing Plan" said, it's a category killer and I believe you should definitely read it and more importantly implement it.

Thank you David.

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  • Dale Bertrand
  • 2020-09-24

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We have failed at creating systems in the past but I think this advice will help us get there.