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Episode 97: My Business' Evolution Of Task Management
Today, I will be chatting about the backend of my business and in particular, my business's evolution of task management. Something that took a lot of trial and error until we found the right one. So for those of you out there who are struggling with task management like I have for many years, this episode is for you!
Things we talk about:
- Why for so long I resisted task management, and what I secretly didn't love about the systems on the market at the time.
- The turning point in my business where I knew this was going to change things, organize things, and help us grow.
- Why we love monday.com so much, but also a few things we would change.
- How my Digital Marketing Manager was able to help teach our team this new system.
- Why I am a firm believer that when you pay for things and you put your money where your mouth is, you are more likely to follow through and make that money well spent.
Here are a few quotes:
"She mentioned like Asana or Trello, and I was like, no, no, no, no, no. I have worked with other companies who have used us on in Trello. We have tried it ourselves. We used to manage our podcast on Asana and dear God no! I hated it, it was so confusing to me, and I would literally jump on the platform and get the heebie-jeebies and then immediately get off of it. So those task management systems were not going to work for me anymore."
"When you pay for things and you put your money where your mouth is, you are more likely to follow through and make that money well spent and make sure that that money is well spent. And when I get paid by paying for it, A task management platform, like monday.com because I feel like we could do this in a much more efficient way."
"I truly believe that monday.com and just a task management system as a business owner is such an integral way to be able to grow and scale and operate with a very solid system and workflow in place. On the backend, I have also realized that it has allowed me to really take a step back from delegating because we've already automated all of the delegated tasks as subjects and I don't have to micromanage."