Jack Butcher

Jack Butcher quotes on systems thinking

Unemployed. Built @visualizevalue, building @value.

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If the process doesn’t make you happy, neither will the prize.

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1. Find a problem 2. Tell a story 3. Sell a service 4. Deliver a result 5. Build a product

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You can outwork 95% of people by just showing up every day.

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Everyone wants an extreme outcome, few can sustain extreme input.

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Three word content strategy: Document your evolution.

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Rough formula for growth: Spend 20% of your day building systems to handle what you do with 80% of your day. With this relationship consistent, your time (and your business) slowly becomes more and more valuable.

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Use time to create systems. Use systems to create time.

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80 percent of results come from realizing 80 percent of most work is pointless.

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The Internet: Knowledge that used to cost $200,000, now available for $0. Arguments that you would never encounter in your life, now in limitless supply. Enjoy!

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Your results are a reflection of your ability to allocate your attention.

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Build systems to refund your time.

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Make the process the prize and you’ll never stop winning.

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Who you follow is where you’re going.

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Hard work buys experience, smart work buys time.

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Action will give you the answer.

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You’ll get to most places faster by slowing down.

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The easiest way to get what you want: Ask. The hardest way to get what you want: Wait.

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Find a problem. Build a process. Share proof. Sell access.

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The process is the prize.

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If you want better results, tell better stories.

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To beat a bad mood, build a system.

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Solve a problem ten times, figure out the process. Solve a problem twenty times, improve the process. Solve a problem thirty times, codify the process. Solve a problem forty times, productize the process.

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To get better sleep, build better systems.

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To get there faster, take fewer shortcuts.

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The more organic the process, the harder it is to copy.

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It’s a beautiful day to build a system that pays you for work you’ve already done.

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To make things happen, make things.

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The thing we think of as the problem is almost always not the problem, but the result of the problem.

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If you knew you'd never reach the destination, you'd focus on making the journey more enjoyable.

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The process is the prize.

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Your job is a product of a risk someone else took. I didn't understand this until I didn't have a job. Appreciate risk takers.

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Confidence is the belief in one's ability to consistently generate a specific result.

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Build a system or perform a function in someone else’s.

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"Better" is a faster route to profitability than "new".

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Use your free time to build systems to create more free time to build more systems to create more free time.

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Improve communication, increase revenue. Improve systems, increase profit.

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Rough formula for growth: Spend 20% of your day building systems to handle what you do with 80% of your day. With this relationship consistent, your time (and your business) slowly becomes more and more valuable.

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You don't control the outcome, you control the input.

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Your ideas are valuable. Your success is valuable. Your failure is valuable. Your process is valuable. Your experience is valuable.

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The results you see are from the reps you've forgotten.

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Spending one hour doing one thing will give you an edge over 99% of the population. Focus is going extinct. Take advantage.

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If you don't understand the system, you can't fix the symptom.

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Build the product, productize the process. Sell both.

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Two ways to close any gap: Action (do what needs to be done) Satisfaction (stop complaining)

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Charge for the outcome, not the input.

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Intention doesn’t change the outcome, behavior does.

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We radically undervalue the leverage that comes from communicating clearly and effectively. A single sentence describing your value proposition is the difference between customers beating down your door, or the bank repossessing your house.

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The simpler the system, the more consistent the result.

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Rough formula for growth: Spend 20% of your day building systems to handle what you do with 80% of your day. With this relationship consistent, your time (and your business) slowly becomes more and more valuable.

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Consistent, predictable input creates unfathomable outcomes.

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