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January Business Webinar: How to Get Your Business Out of Your Brain

For most entrepreneurs, starting a business is the hardest job you could ever possibly have. There's a lot of pressure on your shoulders, and it never stops! Maybe you started your business because you were really great at something, and now you can't stand doing it. Well, consider the possibility that for your business to truly flourish, you don't have to do everything by yourself. Maybe, you could make a get more done and be even more profitable if you built your company around the people working there, and not just around you. 

Join in for our first webinar of the season, and learn how to get your business out of your brain so that you can delegate responsibilities and get back to building your business! We'll cover:

  • Simple techniques for outlining the processes in your company
  • How to best communicate training material to your employees or teammates
  • Building a culture of accountability and ownership
  • Tips for making your business "run itself"

Quick details:
Tuesday, January 30th from 10AM - 11AM
Where: Online
Cost: $8 (Open to current LFA members. Sustaining members email [email protected] to register) 

Register for the webinar:

Note: All webinars are open only to current members. Sustaining Members contact [email protected] to register for this webinar.

About our presenter


Chris Ronzio built a nationwide video production company that sold over $3 million in youth sporting event videos before he was 25 years old. In 2013, he sold that business and founded an Operations Consulting firm that helps other entrepreneurs create scalable systems and processes. Over the last 4 years, the firm, Organize Chaos, has worked with hundreds of companies in dozens of industries and invested in building 6 of those businesses to over $30 million in annual revenue.

Now, Chris' third business, Trainual, is an online platform for business owners and employees to document what they do in simple step-by-step processes. Chris and his team are on a mission to systematize 25,000 small businesses through their technology.