Welcome to The Art of Automation podcast, I am Anthony Puttee and today is a little intro into what you can expect from the show.
I wanted to start this show as a way of turning my hand to a new medium of providing valuable content, but I knew to start a show; I didn’t want it to be a general marketing show. Instead, a show that focuses on how agencies, marketers, and service providers can grow their business without working more.
How do we clone ourselves the best way we can in all areas of our business, to make an impact, support our family and live a lifestyle we actually want?
That and more in this intro episode.
In this episode
- Who this show is for
- My story in a nutshell
- Show format and topics
Hi! I’m your host Anthony Puttee and today is a little intro into what you can expect from the show. As I set out to create this show, I knew I didn’t want to be a general marketing show. I wanted to have a real focus. And instead, I wanted to have this show, be it for agencies, marketers and service providers and how they can grow their business without working more. And how do we clone ourselves, the best way we can in all areas of our business.
This show came about because of my experience systemizing my previous agency, growing it from a company of one to a small full-time team of five. I was able to walk away from that business and enjoy holidays and a honeymoon with my wife while the business kept going. And this was all made possible by three things: systems, automation and a team who was focused on the high touch client tasks and their delivery.
Everything else was automated. Yet, it was still personalized.
So these are a few of the tricks, to scaling a service business which we’ll be covering in the show. And of course, a lot more. We’ll have a variety of formats, such as hot seats, interviews and Q and A. So, we’re gonna be mixing it up a bit.
We are gonna be covering all the various different ways that we can leverage the power of technology, outsourcing, creating teams, automation while having a life and for many of us a family. Spending more time on the business instead of in the business.