187: Vacations as a tool for growth

Do you ever feel like your business is ruining your life?   Ela did, and she almost abandoned it all together because of it. Until Clockwork showed her there really is another way to do things that doesn’t completely deplete you as a business owner.  In this episode Ela shares with Julie - Why Clockworking allowed her to keep her business open - The deconditioning her organization did to really reach that next level of success - The radical trust she has been able to build in herself + team to be able to keep growing Ela Thier is a producer and writer, known for Tomorrow Ever After (2016), Foreign Letters (2012) and A Summer Rain (2009). She is the founder of The Independent Film School where she helps screenwriters and filmmakers create the work that they’ll be remembered for.

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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 Like Clockwork, you can check out runlikeclockwork.com. Subscribe, review + share your takeaways from each episode with us on social media so that we can connect!