David Jenyns is the founder and author of Systemology. In this interview you’ll learn the value of creating systems in your business and/or career to help you save time and reduce errors.
Highlights from the interview:
- How his dad created a game out of behaving and helping around the home.
- Why his brother struggled with the game.
- What his personality type is like and how it affects his business.
- Why the Dig to Fly podcast was started.
- How he puts a system around his struggles.
- The ability to not act on the desire to be hands on and let other people use their strengths in a business.
- Why the biggest gains are hidden in things we resist.
- Committing your time to the essential things.
- How to create positive restraints so you work on your difficult project.
- How to break bad habits and build a better system around changing behavior.
- Understanding how personalities are different and systems need to be built for different types of people.
- The value of showing other people how to solve a problem so it deepens your knowledge around it.
- Why we shouldn’t over engineer our business systems.
- How do we flip the stories we tell ourselves, so we focus on the essential tasks.
- The biggest misconception around creating systems in your business.
- The value of getting into flow while you work.
- Unplugging helps us get deeper into our work.
- David’s most impactful book from a business and personal perspective, favorite podcast and favorite speaker.
- Creating a systems culture in your organization.
You can learn about David over at his website Systemology. You can also pick up the book Systemology and get started on improving your systems.
And as always if you have any questions or want to submit a guest for the podcast that you think would be amazing just reach out on Dig to Fly and I’ll do my best to get them on. If you love the interview please take 30 seconds to rate the Dig to Fly podcast on your favorite platform. Thanks!