How to Systematize and Simplify Your Business With Adi Klevit of Business Success Consulting Group

Adi Klevit

Adi Klevit is a productivity expert, a process consultant, and the Co-founder of the Business Success Consulting Group. They systemize businesses so that their owners can focus on the overhead without getting lost in the day-to-day operations. She has steadily grown her consulting group over the past decade, specializing in small and medium-sized businesses.

Before Business Success Consulting Group, Adi worked as the Vice President of Production at Silkin Management Group and as a Management Consultant at AK Consulting. She is also the host of the Systems Simplified podcast, where she features top leaders who share their success stories for systematizing their businesses.

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Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn: 

  • Adi Klevit explains what it means to systematize a business
  • How Adi tailors her solutions to each client 
  • Tough lessons Adi learned throughout her career
  • What does Adi look for in her clients before working with them?
  • Should you use a CRM, and which ones are effective?
  • The common blindspots in systematization for businesses
  • Using AI transcription services to stay organized

In this episode…

What’s the most efficient way to run a business? 

For every company, the answer will look different. The organization and meeting the needs of the individual companies is crucial for success. CRMs and project management software are a good start, but that’s only the beginning. The best businesses can declutter their operations and find the most effective way to work. This process is often called systematization and is Adi Klevit’s specialty. 

Adi is the Co-founder of the Business Success Consulting Group, which helps business leaders be organized in ways they had never considered. Adi has 25 years of experience as an industrial engineer and management consultant, honing her unique approach to systematization. She believes she can help any business achieve its vision and improve performance, and now she offers that same advice to you.

David Melamed hosts Adi Klevit, the Co-founder of the Business Success Consulting Group, to hear how she helps businesses systematize. They go over the common mistakes, what Adi looks for in each company, and how she adapts her methodology for each client. They also cover Adi’s career and the valuable lessons she’s learned from her own mistakes. Stay tuned!

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Episode Transcript

Intro 0:03

Welcome to the Fixing Incentives podcast where we talk about the incentives that drive success. Now let’s get started with the show.

David Melamed 0:14

Hi, David Melamed here, I’m the host of Fixing Incentives podcast where I talked with top business leaders about their journey and the behavior that powered their growth. First, I want to give a shout out to Dr. Jeremy Weisz, who introduced me to this amazing guests I have on today, I’m in agency mastermind agency swings agency owner mastermind with Dr. Jeremy Weisz of Rise25. And in one of the meeting, someone asked for a process consultant or an expert and Dr. Jeremy Weisz couldn’t stop mentioning my guest, her name is Adi Klevit. And I want to I just want to thank Dr. Jeremy Weisz for that introduction. So Adi is a process consultant and the founder of Business Success Consulting Group. They specialize in helping growing companies set up the systems and processes needed to scale efficiently. If you want to learn more about how they can help, you can visit our website at biz success CG dot com that’s bizsuccesscg dot com. First I want to jump into before we get into the interview. Just a quick note from our sponsor, which is Tenfold Traffic. My agency just don’t projects I take on current currently would be performance based relationships, which basically means that all marketing will go through me on my own dime, potentially, we negotiate a revenue share, I don’t really want someone to give me money if I’m not generating money for them. But if I’m making someone a ton of money, I want to share in the revenue I I’m only looking for one or two clients a year to really pour my heart and soul into and your ideal client as someone who’s already got a converting experience. They’re spending money on other channels. And they really want to scale and crush it. So I guess let’s just jump right in it first. Thanks so much for joining me today.

Adi Klevit 2:22

Thank you, David. And thank you for having me as a guest and the wonderful introduction. And definitely a shout out to Jeremy. So for introducing, so thank you, Jeremy.

David Melamed 2:32

Great. So just a quick disclaimer, I hired Adi and she’s been a godsend with the multiple ways that she’s helped me with my processes. But I want to start first with just asking her How would you describe what you do? And how you help companies? 

Adi Klevit 2:52

Sure. So the main thing that I do is I bring order into companies. And whatever it means to that company is whatever it means to that particular companies, you can experience your it’s very tailor made, it’s not a cookie cutter, well, I’m going to do the same thing for everyone. So it’s all in the area of system, implementing systems implementing processes. But the end goal is for my clients to be more productive, more effective, more efficient, and be able to scale and grow.

David Melamed 3:24

Great. So, you know, I I’ve attempted, you know, I think everybody that’s read the E myth knows that they need a they think they need to turn their business into a McDonald’s franchise. I’ve seen people you know, disagree with that, especially in skilled trade, but I know running a creative, you know, in the creative fields. You know, exactly the function is not always a strong suit. So probably, I think most people will bind to the general idea that they need systems or processes, but they don’t necessarily know where to start or how to really unblock them or figure out where the bottlenecks are. So how do you when you go into business? How do you start figuring out, you know, how to create that tailor made solution that they actually need?

Adi Klevit 4:06

You know, I will answer that but before they just want to add more to what you just said in terms of the needing to have systems like the McDonald’s system, right. So each business need those systems and they might not need to be they might not need as rigorous the systems as you will think about a McDonald’s franchise. But they you do need a system you need what is a system a system is a repetitive, consistent way of doing something. Because if you don’t, you’re just wasting your time, every single time reinventing yourself, you’re wasting time doing actions that could have been systematized even better automated, so you can actually concentrate on what’s important for your business. So when we talk about marketing agencies or creatives systems are important as important as in any other business because it will allow you to do better and more of what you do best, which is being a creative, but then you don’t Have to go down to all the mundane actions or the actions that need to be there any way that somebody else can do that is not your junior self. So basically, we need to figure out how to answer your question, how do I get started? How do I figure out, so it’s really seeing where the person’s genius zone is, and figured out how they should actually operate within that genius zone as opposed to somewhere else that is tedious, or it’s a lot of work or it’s not as efficient or not as revenue producing as it should be. And it doesn’t mean that for another person, let’s say for a virtual assistant, that is their genius zone, and they will enjoy tremendously. It just we have to make sure that people are actually placed correctly in their basically, the right seats on the bus or whatever another analogy we want to use. And one of the things that I always look at when I start working on a project is assessing the existing pain points, and also future pain points, something that can happen in the future that is not optimal, that can create some kind of a risk for the business. So it’s not it cannot grow. So the question really to ask is, what area of the company if you had well documented processes and systems right now, we’ll get you the biggest return on investment. And then we discuss what return on investment is because return investment is not always money, of course, everything will lead to the profit. But return on investment can also be time. So time is an asset that we only have so much of that we have to utilize correctly. So if you say, well, as a business owner, if I had another 10 hours a week, I can take another big client, because I will be able to work on that client and actually help them then Okay, let’s figure out how you can create another 10 hours a week, so you can’t work on your dream client.

David Melamed 7:02

That’s great. So I’m curious, just what got you to where you are today, to have that clarity to recognize that genius zone. And obviously, your own genius zone would be in, in either recognizing, you know, where, where you can, I guess, create the most efficiency of your clients time. What I’m like, so you have 25 years that experience you start as an industrial engineer, I’m not quite sure what industrial engineer is, I don’t know if that’s what this is. Or if that’s something, I think industrial engineering, I think someone’s designing like machines and factories.

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About David Melamed

David Melamed is the Founder of Tenfold Traffic, a search and content marketing agency with over $50,000,000 of paid search experience and battle tested results in content development, premium content promotion and distribution, Link Profile Analysis, Multinational/Multilingual PPC and SEO, and Direct Response Copywriting.

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