390: The Key Things to Track in Your Business with Layne Booth [High Performing Women Series]

10.10.2019 - By The BizChix Podcast: Female Entrepreneurs | Women Small Business | Biz Chix

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Do spreadsheets, KPIs and dashboards make your head spin? If the answer is yes, then you’re not alone. Fortunately, our guest on this episode of our High Performing Women series is able to take the scariest looking facts and figures and turn them into stories that any entrepreneur can understand. Layne Booth is the Chief Profit Hunter at The Project Booth: A growth and opportunity agent for small business owners that are passionate about their product or service, but are getting sucked into daily operations versus executing their vision. Layne has over a decade of experience in manufacturing, supply chain, and sales and marketing companies and has spent significant time in the trenches, learning best practices in both process management and operations excellence. She’s been able to transition from a lucrative corporate position to a full-time entrepreneur and is the perfect person to learn from if you’re contemplating a similar move. Interested in finding out how she did it? And what data you should be tracking to help your business grow? Then listen in.   In this episode, we discuss:  How Layne knew what it was time to leave her corporate career behind How to plan your transition into an entrepreneurial journey The things we should all track in our own businesses   Join the BizChix Community Connect With Layne Booth Website Facebook Group “Backend Brilliance” Books, Tools or Events Mentioned: Layne’s Template Shop BizChix Live BizChixPrograms Listen to Stacking Your Team Work with Us: One Day Mastermind GrowthChix Accelerator Program ProfitChix Mastermind CEOCHIX Mastermind Strategy Session Join the BizChix Community This episode was first published at BizChix.com/390. Subscribe to our sister podcast, Stacking Your Team, on your podcast app or listen at bizchix.com/category/team/.

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