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 if you want to get started with being the best version of your business every single time.

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Phil Gerbyshak

Phil Gerbyshak knows sales. He’s a sales speaker, a sales executive, a sales expert, a sales leader mentor, a sales podcaster and a sales coach. Phil has written 5 books, more than 3000 articles, and has been quoted in the Wall Street Journal, Daily Globe and Mail, Financial Times, Investor's Business Daily, Inc. and many other publications, including earning 3 covers: Speaker Magazine, Marketing Media and Money, and Social Selling Made Easy. Recently he was recognized as one of 25 Sales Leaders to follow by Crunchbase. Phil is currently the chief revenue officer and partner at Process and Results, LLC where he and his team help tech agencies and SaaS businesses sell more. They specialize in sales and SalesOps so that teams can stay focused on what they do best.