First Blog Post

This is the first blog post

“The process is fearless.”
-Joe Maddon

This is a blog post. It’s the first blog post on my new blog. I have high hopes for this blog.

This blog is a blog post and it’s about process. It won’t be that long, and it won’t take a lot of time to make.

This won’t even the very best blog post about process that was ever made.

The best process post might be “The Cult Of Done.” I suspect that it didn’t take a long time to make. But I might be wrong.

The website I’m hosting on isn’t fancy. It isn’t finalized. It doesn’t have a lot of bells and whistles. I haven’t even finished an “about” page or built a header image. I’m making this post about me, and you never do that. That doesn’t connect well with people.

But we all have to start, right?

I know that installing great processes can change everything about a business. I’ve changed the way that people run their businesses by informally recommending a few processes to them. That has built both sanity and profits for owners.

I’m good at that, so I’m going to do that. I’ll need a blog to get the word out. I’ve done it before, and I’ll do it again.

The process I’ll follow for everything I create:

  1. Make the best stuff I can in the time that I have available.
  2. Have a one-step timed edit.
  3. Promote the stuff that we create.
  4. Reflect and see what I can do to be better next time, and add those improvements to the process.

If this is the starting point, and if every time we make something it gets 1% better, then it will improve geometrically.

So onward we go.

Come with us. You can email me at chris@processandresults.com if you want to get started with being the best version of your business every single time.

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Christopher Johnson

Christopher Johnson is the process-driven sales consultant that runs this site. He's been in the startup world for 10+ years. Formerly, he founded, then sold Simplifilm.