You’ve taken the leap into running your own business and are finally pursuing your passion. Maybe you’ve even retired your husband from the corporate world and he’s working in the business with you.
but does this sound familiar?
You need to login to an account to renew it for another year but can’t remember your username or password (or even which email you used). So you search through a gazillion emails looking for the login information wasting hours of your time.
You successfully made a note in your calendar that quarterly taxes are due and now you have to stop everything and look for the right information to complete them.
You are in the middle of a launch and your right-hand person has a personal emergency. Suddenly you’re either scrambling to reassign work to other team members or you’re back to working IN the business. In either case, you’re stuck trying to find the needed information to get the work done.
It’s time for your regular mammogram screening and the fear about what the results may show is consuming you. What if it shows cancer? What if you are scheduled to begin treatments immediately? What is going to happen when you’re sick and unable to run your business during this season? How can your Designated Person In Charge (DPIC) know where all the details are to help manage everything?
You finally schedule your dream vacation only to realize that you can’t relax or leave your laptop at home because no one knows ALL THE STUFF?
The ICE Workbook was designed to compile all the detailed information you, the visionary CEO, or your Designated Person In Charge (DPIC), need when circumstances like those scenarios occur.
When we start building our business, we start as the Chief Everything Officer. We do it all. Then we hire team members and start delegating tasks as we grow. We gratefully hand off those tasks that consume our time and energy.
When unexpected circumstances arise, you run the risk of losing not only your health but also your business. Whether it’s your team needing to access password-protected information or you needing to reassign tasks or handle them yourself, you need an easy-to-follow guide to stay on track.
That’s why I created the ICE Workbook.
I’ve seen businesses quickly adapt and pivot when the CEO knew what they needed in place to effectively maintain their business, cross-train their team, and have an easy-to-find compilation of critical business information.
Since then, I’ve helped my 1:1 clients make sure they had a complete ICE plan in place. Plus, think about how GLORIOUS it feels to know exactly where to find all of these critical business details without wasting time searching through folder after folder trying to remember where you filed them.