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Introducing the L.A.Z.Y Framework

Wow, it’s been a looooonnnnggggg time since we’ve posted! So much has happened since the last post in 2020!

As you can tell, we are now The Lazy Millennial. We help business and corporate leaders Improve and Increase their communication with their teams through SOPs.

There will be plenty of posts that go into more detail about how we help and tips you can implement. However today, we’re diving into the meaning behind Lazy and how it incorporates into our services.

Let’s dive in.

L- Leader. We help create and build up leaders. Leaders are not afraid to speak up. They aren’t afraid to admit when they are wrong. They are always learning.

You may be good at your craft and own a business, but that isn’t enough to make you a leader.

As you grow, you scale (increase). This is where the problems show themselves. Why? Because this is where the true test begins.

You can’t build and scale if you aren’t willing to try something new.

You can’t lead a team until you have clarity on your own business. Only YOU know how you want things done, and others can’t read your mind.

We come in to help you articulate your thoughts to others by documenting your processes. If you can’t tell others what you are doing and set the tone, how are you a leader?

A- Automate. Automations are your friend. You don’t have to be “fancy”, but setting up something as simple as an email auto-responder when someone fills a form is helpful.

People are busy and want things quickly. You’ve got to stick with the current and projected future trends so you can apply them to your business. Technology is here to stay.

While we stopped offering a lot of our previous services, we partnered with other individuals that do this for businesses. We can help you organize your time-consuming processes and create a strategy for what needs to be automated.

Z-Zany. I know, I know. When you look up the “actual” term it means a different meaning than how we use it. Zany, in short, is someone that mimics “crazy” actions for humor.

These folks are unusual. They’re odd. Weird. And it reminded me of business owners. We’re not necessarily “crazy” in the technical term, but you’ve got to admit, it’s pretty “out there” to stop working a 9-5 to work for yourself. 

You know the risk of entrepreneurship and yet you still took the chance. I have to say, it’s pretty Zany to me! 

However, at The Lazy Millennial (TLM for short), we focus hard on the mimic part. You want people to mimic your actions to be able to duplicate your processes. This is where the importance of documentation for your team really comes in.

If people aren’t able to come into your business and mimic what you are doing, it’s time to reevaluate.

Luckily, you have people like us that can help you sort through your processes to make sure you’re headed in the right direction!

And alas we’ve reached Y. 

Y-Yield. We mirror what it means in the finance world except we focus on other things outside money.

Simply put, Yield in finances is the money you make from your investments.

Here, we look at the time and money you make from your investments (delegation). We look to see what’s working and what isn’t. What needs to be cut and what needs to be tested further.

We also teach the methods of continuous improvement, so you can do this on your own.

Alright, we’ll be back in another post soon to discuss more things Lazy!

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