September 16

Who Wants More Profits

“A profitable strategy applied to automation just produces more profits.”

Chris L. Davis

Often times when I have discovery calls, I have had a few potential clients wanting to skip the strategy part and get right into setting up automations.

Big mistake.

Strategy is the most important part. The strategy session allows me and my client to work through all of the scenarios, outcomes, pitfalls, and considerations before we even begin to talk about the technology needed.

I’m going to let you in on a little secret. Automation is not a magic bullet.

Just because you automate something doesn’t mean that money will start falling from the sky. In fact, if you automate too quickly it can become a nightmare and cause more stress instead of giving you time back.

So I say all of that to say, don’t skip past strategy.

If you hire my company to get you automated trust and believe that strategy will always be done first, followed by determining the technology needed to automate.

What’s the saying “Those who fail to plan, plan to fail.” That applies to getting automated in your business.

Now if you are ready to see how we do things differently when it comes to automating your business then head over to https://organizingguru.com/15 and let’s talk about how we can get you on the path to increased profits.

About the author 

Samantha Pointer Foxx, CASP™

As an Automation Bridge Certified Automation Service Provider™, Samantha Pointer Foxx holds the expertise to implement automated marketing and sales systems in your business with the highest level of excellence. Mrs. Pointer Foxx has been personally trained by the founder Chris L. Davis on his proprietary framework to quickly scale businesses with automated systems.

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