In this episode of the Systems Simplified podcast, Adi Klevit is joined by Patrick Valtin, the CEO of HireBox, to talk about the importance of implementing systems in your hiring process. Patrick discusses the common mistakes recruiters make when hiring new talent and shares his advice for evaluating a candidate’s honesty and soft skills. He also explains why it’s important to have a standard hiring process for all candidates.
In this episode of the Systems Simplified podcast, Adi Klevit interviews Carl Smith, the Owner of the Bureau of Digital, about how he uses systems to build a community of digital leaders. Carl discusses his introduction to the Bureau of Digital, how the community has evolved over the past few years, and the efficient systems and processes that help the community thrive. Stay tuned.
In this episode of the Systems Simplified podcast, Adi Klevit is joined by Jeremy Slate, the Founder of the Create Your Own Life Show and the Co-founder of Command Your Brand, to discuss his strategies for systemizing public relation campaigns to boost awareness and expand your business. Jeremy shares his tips for speaking on influential podcasts and explains how to drive value as a podcast guest. He also talks about his valuable “small pond” PR strategy. Stay tuned.
In this episode of the Systems Simplified podcast, Adi Klevit is joined by Joshua Keene, an Insurance Advisor at Elliott, Powell, Baden & Baker, to explain how to mitigate risks and prevent losses at your business using effective systems. They discuss how the right systems can help you avoid cyber attacks, why you should always document your hiring process, and Joshua’s tips for encouraging employees to implement and follow company policies. Stay tuned.
On this episode of the Systems Simplified podcast, Adi Klevit interviews Shannon Mackey, the Co-founder and CEO of Roadside Dental Marketing and HipCat Society, about how to systematize your marketing efforts. They discuss how the team at HipCat Society helps businesses create better marketing processes, the value of networking with like-minded people, and how systemizing her business helped Shannon achieve success.
In this episode of the Systems Simplified podcast, Adi Klevit interviews Charles Warren, a Partner and Retirement Plan Consultant at Pacific Retirement Partners, about the value of implementing effective systems and processes when building a retirement plan. Charles talks about the benefits of having an investment policy statement, how businesses can measure the quality and performance of their retirement plans, and his tips for working with financial advisors. Stay tuned.
In this episode of the Systems Simplified podcast, Adi Klevit sits down with Raynette Yoshida, an Executive Assistant at Mario’s and a Board Member at IMA, to talk about the rewards of volunteering and the importance of systemizing the process. Raynette discusses her strategies for organizing successful volunteer events and explains how she helps people network. Stay tuned.
On this episode of the Systems Simplified podcast, Adi Klevit interviews Bob Paskins, a sales consultant, coach, and keynote speaker, about the six key components of his comprehensive sales strategy. They talk about the benefits of implementing a sales CRM, the importance of documenting your sales process, and how you can benefit from hiring an accountability coach. Stay tuned.
On this episode of the Systems Simplified podcast, Adi Klevit has a conversation with the Owner of DP Marketing Services, Ryan Redding, about marketing in the plumbing and HVAC industries. They discuss the relationship between creativity and systems, why processes can make or break your business, how marketing differs in various industries, and much more.
On this episode of the Systems Simplified podcast, Adi Klevit talks with the Co-founder and CEO of ioogo, Josh Alballero, about how to transform your tax preparation using technology. Josh discusses the importance of knowing your financials, how his software can improve tax strategy, his tips for simplifying the accounting process, and much more.