Episode 142||142: Shatter Your Ceiling of Achievement and Work The System | Josh Fonger

Do you feel the ceiling, pressing right above your head? Are you wondering why you aren’t quite breaking through?

The only way you shatter that ceiling of achievement is when you identify and start fo follow models and systems that will allow you to from E to P, or from entrepreneurial to purposeful. Gary Keller argues that you’re not a business owner until you can step away from your business, and your net worth goes up.

Josh Fonger has a particular expertise in this: he is co-founders and partners with the author of Work the System, which is all about how you can build these systems into your business.

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The ONE thing to takeaway from this episode


Can you, at some point over the next seven days, document one process?Pick ONE thing in your business or personal life – even if it’s brushing your teeth – and prove to yourself that you can document what you do, when you do it, why you do it, and the result you get by doing it.If you’d like to see a version of our document and get a jumpstart, go to the1thing.com||Can you, at some point over the next seven days, document one process?Pick ONE thing in your business or personal life – even if it’s brushing your teeth – and prove to yourself that you can document what you do, when you do it, why you do it, and the result you get by doing it.If you’d like to see a version of our document and get a jumpstart, go to the1thing.com