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Giving you every tool you need to grow + scale your business with operational excellence, while also prioritizing your quality of life. Hosted by best-selling author + speaker Mike Michalowicz + operational efficiency expert + CEO, Adrienne Dorison, the Run Like Clockwork podcast is a series of insightful + topical operations conversations based on the best-selling book, Clockwork, to help small business owners design a business + team that runs itself. To stay in touch with all things Run L ...
 
Clockworks is a weekly podcast about the tv series Legion. Paul and Jan Moffett delve into an episode-by-episode analysis of Legion, focusing especially on picking apart the symbolism and imagery of the psychedelic and surreal FX show.
 
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Focusing our attention + efforts on recruiting, employing and retaining the next generation is where our businesses are going. So what do we need to know to hire amazing Millennial and Gen Z team members and create an environment and company culture where they thrive and bring immense value to your team? On this episode of the Run Like Clockwork po…
 
Hello there, darlings, welcome to the Clockwork Cabaret. This week, the ladies drone on about a Swollen Sherlock or something? Honestly, I wasn’t paying any attention. And now, on with the show. - Poppy, the clockwork assistant WARNING! This show is for adults. We drink cocktails, have potty mouths and, at least, one of us was raised by wolves. The…
 
You are exactly where you need to be - in business and life. It’s not a race. You don’t need to hustle 24/7. You don’t need to compare your current chapter with someone else’s. Your journey is yours. We are very straightforward about Clockwork not being a quick fix. It’s a process. A process that we’re here to support all our clients with through i…
 
What’s holding you back from delegating your content? There are many reasons we hear from our Clockwork clients as to why they “can’t” delegate their content: Only I can write what’s in my head No one else will sound like me My audience is used to hearing from me I’m the face/voice of my company I don’t have the budget Our guest today on the Run Li…
 
Each season of your life requires something different from your business. Each season of your business requires something different from your life. Assessing your capacity in each season and setting up your systems and strategic hires to support your life + business in that season is what Clockwork helps you do. This week on the Run Like Clockwork …
 
How long does it take for you or your team member to find something? Are they in places that are easy to find? Or does it take 45 minutes to find the exact thing you’re looking for. This is quite common, especially in this digital era we live in, when it’s easier to just create a new document or video… but then the old, outdated one is still living…
 
Hi! I come bearing the latest episode of the Clockwork Game Design Podcast! This one features Brett Lowey of Braingoodgames, who has been on the show before! He’s a great person to talk to for me, because we have just enough agreement and disagreement to have good discussions. In this episode, we talk about his idea of “Axes of Victory”—check out h…
 
Excited to Clockwork your business… then discover you have a team member resistant to it? Yeah, super common. So how do you get your team on-board and convince them of the benefits of Clockworking? On this Team Takeover episode of the Run Like Clockwork podcast, Emily, Erica, and Gabbi talk about how to convince your team to Clockwork. Topics cover…
 
What does “going all in” look like to you? When you do go “all in,” how long do you maintain that level of focus and dedication? Are you in it for a quick result or do you embrace the process? This week’s guest on the Run Like Clockwork podcast, Maleeka Hollaway, is an excellent example of going ALL IN on Clockworking and embracing the process as a…
 
How can you clockwork your team when you are so often needed to jump in and fix everything for everyone? When this happens, the truth is, YOU are the bottleneck. In the Clockwork process, Mike Michalowicz and Adrienne Dorison created the ACDC framework to help you and your team identify bottlenecks coming before it even becomes a problem. The four …
 
“The business was very clearly running us… now we have the space to have longer mornings, grow as leaders, and show up better in our business.” On today’s episode of the Run Like Clockwork Podcast, Clockwork Rockstars, Shay + Cassie, Co-Founders of the Bucketlist BombshellsTM share how Clockwork has helped them lead and grow a business + team to li…
 
Do you work with independent contractors within your business? Most likely, you’re saying YES right now. Independent contractors are a valuable part of small business operations, especially as you scale. So how do they fit into Clockworking? Can you even Clockwork your business with contractors popping in and out? On today’s episode of the Run Like…
 
Hey everyone! Thanks for listening to this, the 82nd episode of the Clockwork Game Design Podcast. This episode doesn’t have a guest, it’s all me, and I’m talking about a bunch of stuff I’m thinking of with turn based tactics combat systems. A lot of this stuff is still up in the air, at some point I should write an article that lays out all of the…
 
Would you self-classify as a control freak? Is wanting control something you relate with? If that’s you, you’re certainly not alone! And if you’re wanting to scale your business without the 24/7 grind, you can’t do it alone. Today on the Run Like Clockwork Podcast, Adrienne is teaching you how to delegate, even if you’re a control freak. This is a …
 
Everyone’s tipping point for Clockworking their business is different. Preparing for a major life event, illness, having time to start another business, vacation, scaling income + impact. You name it, we’ve heard it... and whatever it is, it’s a great reason! On this episode of the Run Like Clockwork Podcast, Adrienne speaks with Julie Herres, the …
 
The road to burnout looks different for every business owner but usually involves several similar elements: doing it all yourself longer than you should, thinking scaling means more time, money + effort, running on all cylinders without a vacay (mental or physical) in sight. My guest on the Run Like Clockwork Podcast, is Amanda Bond - the Ad Strate…
 
Hiring + firing can be one of those daunting elements of building and growing a business. It’s what keeps many solopreneurs running solo, overworked and overwhelmed as well. On this episode of the Run Like Clockwork Podcast, we have a guest Clockwork superstar, Tanya Neufeld from The Strategiste sharing about how Clockwork helped her break free fro…
 
Most of us started our businesses not being masters at managing people or masters of delegation. [True talk]. We were really good at the one thing we wanted to start our businesses for… then got into a position where we don’t know how to lead, manage, or have people support us effectively. The process of delegation is great in helping remove you as…
 
There are two types of overworked and overwhelmed business owners: Those who are desperate to take a 4-week vacation without their business falling apart… Those who love their work so “vacation” doesn’t really appeal, but they want/need to be ready for other life events (health, maternity leave, moving, aging parents, etc) that happen so they can s…
 
“I knew that in order to grow, I’d have to release most of the things, which felt really scary and it took awhile, but with Run Like Clockwork, everything changed and shifted.” Lexi D’Angelo Leadership within Clockwork looks like doing less, not more. Releasing control and allowing other people on your team to do things you may be really strong in …
 
Where were you and what were you doing when the idea for your business came to you? Origin stories are so fascinating and give such fun insight into how businesses + non-profits came to be! On this week’s Team Takeover episode of the Run like Clockwork Podcast, Clockwork superstar, Evan La Ruffa, shares his origin story for founding his non-profit,…
 
Non-profits operate just like businesses, except with much smaller operating budgets and they need operations support. If you run (or support) a non-profit business, it’s even more vital to Clockwork the business to efficiently utilize the limited resources to maximize impact. This week on the Run Like Clockwork Podcast, Clockwork superstar, Steve …
 
Kyle Kukshtel said he sees me as a bit like an “alternative universe version of” himself, because we’re both solo indie devs working on turn-based tactical wargames that do things differently. His game, Cantata, is looking really cool and different, and he’s been working on it for somewhere around six years! I’m really excited for it. Here’s the la…
 
The two concepts of efficiency + excellence can feel like opposing forces. Thankfully, they do not need to be mutually exclusive, and actually can work beautifully to balance each other within your business. That development of each + balance begins with a mindset shift. On this episode of the Run Like Clockwork Podcast, Erica + Emily from Team RLC…
 
Vision + values can often feel like “nice-to-haves” or something big companies have and seem like “maybe somedays” for small businesses. In reality, creating + articulating vision + values are essential to Clockworking your business as they are really the foundation to giving your team members agency in decision making. In this episode of the Run L…
 
Today I had a conversation with Adam Stewart of One Man Left, one of my favorite indie developers of all time. The company has downsized since its heyday of the early 2010’s, and after operating for about ten years, there is now literally just one man left carrying the torch. Adam is currently working on Hex Gambit: Respawned, his latest turn-based…
 
When your drive for achievement is strong, your celebration needs to be strong, too! At Team Run Like Clockwork, we are big on goal setting, metrics to keep us on track, and celebrating wins along the way. We know as business owners, it’s easy to get caught up in the inertia of the day to day or else fixated on the huge, visionary goals. On this we…
 
Today we’re doing something fun! We’re answering your community questions! If you’re not yet inside our new, free Run Like Clockwork Community, what are you waiting for?! When you join, you also get a Clockwork Roadmap Trello board that takes you step by step through the Clockwork process. A few weeks ago we had an “Ask Anything” inside the communi…
 
“You cannot clockwork if you cannot delegate. And you cannot delegate if you cannot communicate.” Effective communication within your team is vital, no doubt about that. Team RLC has found the Enneagram to be an incredibly helpful (and fun!) tool for better understanding team members and communicating more effectively. It adds a layer of depth to c…
 
Today’s show has two main topics: how do we prioritize what to do as solo devs working on large projects? And secondly, we discuss Dark Souls and the other Fromsoft games. Today’s guest is Peter “Nomorebirds” Siecienski, who some might know as the winner of our Push the Lane Fan Art Contest, or as a designer/artist behind Tumblefolk Tempest(on whic…
 
When was the last time you took a real vacation from your business? I know vacation feels like a thing of the past as we’re in a global pandemic, but I don’t want you to put your #operationvacation dreams aside just because of what’s going on in the world. This is actually the perfect time to prepare your business for a 4-week vacation. In this epi…
 
If your previous quarter was a bit of a curveball (hello, 2020!), then planning your next quarter successfully is especially important. Of course, if the previous quarter was a breeze, successfully planning the upcoming quarter is still super important as it is a core activity of running + scaling a business. On this week’s Team Takeover episode of…
 
What do you do when you have a team member resistant to Clockworking? This question comes up much more often than we ever anticipated within our Accelerator group, so we figured we’d cover it here on the podcast in addition to the new module training within our program. Three clues to know if this episode is for you: You’ve decided to Clockwork you…
 
Metrics, spreadsheets, and data - oh my! Metrics may feel like one of the most adult aspects of your business. My guess is, either you’re naturally inclined towards spreadsheets + analytics… or it’s a struggle bus because you’re more of a creative visionary. Metrics are vital in order to know where you are heading and understand when you’ve reached…
 
Exciting news! In light of everything going on in the world, between the pandemic, the Black Lives Matter movement, and economic uncertainty, what feels more important than ever before is community. I’ve wrestled with the idea of creating a Facebook community for a while because I wanted to make sure our team had the capacity to support and hold th…
 
On today’s show, we have an interview with designer and theorist Fabian Fischer. Fabian is the designer behind Crimson Company, which is now running its fourth Kickstarter, which is currently doing incredibly well—at the time of this writing, it has over $33,000 pledged (and they were only asking or $11,000)! On the show, we discuss the difference …
 
One of the common hiring concerns we get from our Clockworking clients is that they worry hiring might blow out their 'expenses' category when also following Profit First. On this episode of the Run Like Clockwork Podcast, Emily + Laurie from Team RLC share how Clockworking and Profit First can absolutely coexist when hiring. In fact, not only can …
 
Are you fighting for your limitations? You're probably saying "Of course not, Adrienne! That would be ridiculous." I know, I know. To our logical, high-achieving, goal driven brains fighting for a limitation is not a smart move. Yet it's a question worth considering. If you're listening to this podcast, I know you are a business owner who has big g…
 
Many people are talking about what to do if your business + sales are completely tanking right now. But what about the flip side? What if you are actually experiencing explosive growth? On this week’s episode of the Run Like Clockwork podcast, I want to address what you need to do to keep up with fast growth and high demand. I have 5 quick tips on …
 
Hi everyone! Today’s episode goes into some depth about emergent complexity: what is it, what isn’t it, why would we want it, and how do we get more of it? We talk about specific examples in games like 4X strategy games, and most importantly (because I’m making one), squad tactics games. I want to say thank you so much to my Patrons, who make this …
 
“Many businesses are getting temporary relief for longterm agony.” The biggest challenge we face is knowing what our biggest challenge is. As a result most businesses stay stuck in a pattern of 2 steps forward and 3 steps back. On this episode of the Run Like Clockwork Podcast, Mike + Adrienne talk about Mike’s newest book, Fix This Next. Mike has …
 
In every new season in our life + business, it’s important to reevaluate efficiency. Time tracking is a great tool for understanding where you can improve your efficiency. Last week we talked about creating efficiency in this new season and how, likely, efficiency in this season will look differently than it did in the past. In this episode I discu…
 
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