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Simple, Logical, Repeatable: Systemize Like McDonald's to Scale, Sell, or Franchise Your Growing Business

Narrated by: Marianne Page
Length: 4 hrs and 3 mins
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The McDonald's recipe works, and it will work for you.

Simple, Logical, Repeatable is your blueprint for modeling McDonald's to achieve the success and freedom you're looking for. It introduces you to The McFreedom System that draws on the four foundation systems underpinning the enduring success of McDonald's - the reason they have become so consistent, reliable, and trusted in the global marketplace.

  • Planning - clarity around your destination and your route map to get you there
  • Process - simplicity of your customer's journey through your business
  • People - effective hiring and training so people know "how we do things round here" to deliver consistently high standards
  • Performance - ability to measure and manage performance to keep everyone on track

The McDonald's formula is simple - develop systems to run every aspect of your business, develop a high performing team to run your systems, and then get out of their way. Mastering these foundations will give you the freedom to scale, grow, sell, or franchise your business... or run it from a beach somewhere, if that's what you want to do.

©2017 Marianne Page (P)2017 Marianne Page

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Fantastic Business Book

Listen, apply and take action. This should be taught in all business schools around the world.

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excellent read<br />

this was an excellent, informative and educational book. can't wait to apply the teachings of the mcfreedom system to my business!!

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A must read for every small business owner

This book delivers exactly what it says in the title and more. All the information is not necessarily new but it is laid out in a way that anyone can easily follow. It has been invaluable as my business has gone from being dependent on me being there to bringing in people to work alongside me. Such a great reference that I now own it in print aswell as audiobook.

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Highly Recommended

For anyone running a small business, or about to start a new business this book is a valuable to the point text, which provides helpful insights as well as a structured approach (system) to better assuring effective and efficient business results. Having read M. Gerber's EMYTH and EMYTH revisited etc i found this text a very good succinct up-to-date account of how to build and grow a successful business. I also bought the Audiobook which allows me to listen again on the hoof. Read by Marianne herself i enjoyed her personable voice and enthusiasm which came through. A much enjoyed change of voice tone etc to so many other books i listen too... Its not just a book to build a better and prosperous business - its as much to do with building a better, happier, and healthier life! Well worth the money! Best Regards Mel. Banford

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  • Jesper Lind
  • 03-02-20

meh

came here for a concrete plan for implementing emyth concepts; ended up with too much other stuff self-help, goal setting etc. Also had to skip several sections because it was simply annoying hearing the pitches for their system, other products and consulting services they offer.

Overall I just did not connect properly with this book. Came here looking for good ways to set up processes etc. but the author does not believe in operation manuals and claims that instead of setting up how to's for employees we should ignore the details because they can simply Google the how-tos. I mean, what? had to give up half way through as I wasn't getting anything out of it and the chapters are not given a title so did not know where I could skip to. perhaps the last chapter included something I would like to learn.. guess I'll never know.

sidenote: I like to listen to audio books at 2-3x normal speed, the narration in this one is not suited well for that.

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  • matt
  • 03-01-18

good book

I liked listening to this book. I would recommend it. It's to the point. I will listen again

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  • Steven
  • 03-05-18

General process, not successful franchising

A more appropriate title would be “Structure and ideas on how to run an efficient business.” I didn’t find any nuggets on franchising, growing, scaling, or selling. Lots of systemizing, and that content was well structured.

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