Welcome to Organize Chaos. On this daily show, get candid advice from the host and CEO of Trainual, Chris Ronzio, and take a page out of other business leaders' playbooks. We'll get into people, processes, productivity, and how to organize your life around it all.
Developing outbound sales positions pt. 2
This audio is from Chris's consulting session with Erik Prospero, the owner of an E-learning video production company. You can see the gears turning as Erik connects the dots on how to approach building a new position for a skill he doesn't have experience in. This also provides some great insight into the kind of functions an outbound sales position requires. This segment is part 2 of 2.
Developing outbound sales positions pt. 1
This audio is from Chris's consulting session with Erik Prospero, the owner of an E-learning video production company. You can see the gears turning as Erik connects the dots on how to approach building a new position for a skill he doesn't have experience in. This also provides some great insight into the kind of functions an outbound sales position requires. This segment is part 1 of 2.
Tips for work life balance
Developing work-life balance is an ongoing process, but once you dial in what's best for you, your personal and work life will thrive. Here are some tips for business owners and employees to achieve that balance they need.
Chaos in your business is a good thing
Yes, you read the title of this episode right, chaos in your business is actually a good thing. Hear Chris explain a different way at looking at the chaos in your business and how to work through it.
Make your business official
So you've got an awesome idea for a business, here are some of the first steps to make it official. From finding a domain and registering your business, this episode has got you covered.
Gino Wickman: Making the Entrepreneurial Leap
In this episode, we're talking with Gino Wickman all about the Entrepreneurial Leap — the topic and the name of his latest book. Since the age of 21, Gino has had an obsession with learning what it takes to make an entrepreneur thrive. So Gino set out to help other entrepreneurs and leaders get what they want from their businesses. Based on years of his experience, he created the entrepreneurial operating system, which you may have heard of as EOS. It's a practical method for helping companies achieve greatness. He's the author of the award-winning book Traction, as well as Get a Grip, Rocket Fuel, How to Be a Great Boss, and What the Heck is EOS.
Gino is now devoting his time and energy toward helping entrepreneurs in the making get a huge jumpstart on how to be an entrepreneur and how to take that leap. What I loved about the episode is that whether or not you read the book, he breaks down the attributes of an entrepreneur. This is an episode you want to share with friends, with family, with children, with anyone thinking about whether this is the path for them. We spend so much time talking about practical tips for scaling a business. So this one takes us back to starting a business and deciding is this the journey I want to go on? And what kind of business do I want to build? When I was consulting, I always used to work with companies to map out the context for what they were trying to build before we created the plan to do it. And this episode will get you started on that path, creating your own context for your business.
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Host: Chris Ronzio
Best way to start my day!
Love listening to Chris and all his SMB insights
Part of my process!!!
Love the format of this show. Just the right amount of information and Chris does an awesome job making it easy to relate to ones own circumstances. Keep me coming and great job guys!
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Want to start off by saying I have never left a podcast review, this is the first time I have felt compelled to do so.
I stumbled across Chris from another podcast which obviously led me to check out this one, could have not been happier with the find.
I am the big picture / idea entrepreneur and Chris is exactly the dose of operations and process I need to stay focused.