If you’re feeling overwhelmed and struggling with time management and money issues, have an honest look at your backend … your business backend. Is it running smoothly and consistently? Or is it a jumbled mess of you trying to remember what you did last time and stacked up to-do’s consistently falling through ever-widening gaps? Cindy Bidar can help plug those leaks and bring order to that chaos.
Listen as she explains why systems and checklists are so beneficial to running your business. And discover one of her biggest pet peeves. Bet you can’t guess what it is.
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Cindy Bidar’s online career has spanned multiple specialties, including content and copywriting, marketing and operations management, coaching, and consulting. She’s had the privilege of working with some of today’s most profitable online businesses, and has helped train 7-figure marketing teams and overseen the set up and management of hundreds of marketing and sales funnels. Through her training programs and one-to-one consulting, she helps her clients scale their businesses by creating automated systems that improve conversion rates, increase sales, and add more profit to the bottom line.
Fun and Unusual facts about Cindy:
- I am creeped out by sunflowers, and a couple of years after my sister passed away, I happened to mention that to a cousin, who told me my sister had been, too. I never knew we had that in common. 🙂
- When I was in high school I wanted to be a writer, and I actually studied journalism briefly in college. Today I spend most of my time creating content, so I guess I was onto something even back then.
- I have never seen the movie “The Princess Bride.”
- I love to knit socks, but I don’t ever wear them, so I have a drawer full of hand-knitted socks that have never been worn.
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Click here to get a free copy of Cindy’s Funnel Review Checklist. It’s a 4-step checklist to plug the leaks that cost online business owners money, and add more value for your audience.
Other ways to connect Cindy:
Are you a systems and checklist fan? Or do you prefer keeping it all in your head? Do you have a favorite organizing or automating tool or system?
What do you think might change if you improved your systems and checklists?