Member Since 2012
She's Got Systems
Sacramento, California Area
Kelly Azevedo is the founder of She's Got Systems and an online business strategist, systems expert and implementation master. Kelly believes that every single online business needs systems to support clients, document results, and dominate in the field. Her book series Every Entrepreneur Needs Systems teaches lessons around marketing, relationships and mindset. Clients who work with She's Got Systems build their business systems to optimize growth, time and income. Kelly frequently writes about systems for media outlets such as Forbes, the Washington Post, and Women 2.0, and her unique brand of life-work balance was featured in the New York Times.
If you’re looking to expand your business, franchising your business could be a great option. Growing a company by franchising can offer many benefits—but you need to be aware of the drawbacks, too. To determine whether or not you should franchise your business, we asked members of Young Entrepreneur Council the following question:
Onboarding a new employee is an exciting time for any business. While you're eager to get your new team member up and running on their tasks, you also need to ensure they understand the company culture and will mesh with your organization for the long term. That's why we asked the members of Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC) the following question:
End-of-year reviews are an essential tool to gauge the business's effectiveness and efficiency over the previous year. Unfortunately, few businesses implement a review, and some that do only look at the cursory metrics that would give them a basic understanding of the company's strengths and weaknesses.
With the holidays approaching quickly, many are ready to set their “out of office” messages and relax and recharge. It’s important for employers to encourage this balance and promote the use of paid time off around the holidays. However, if everyone takes off at the same time, it may leave you with a skeleton crew and piles of work for when employees return, making for a not-so-happy start to the new year.