How To Get Rid Of Your Biggest Bottleneck – Insights Into Freedom Series, Part 8

Have you ever wondered why your business seems to slow down at a certain point and therefore does not give you the results you want? Do you know where your business bottlenecks are? Or, are YOU the bottleneck?

Here in the eighth video of my Insights Into Freedom series, I explain about a very powerful concept called the Theory of Constraints which I got from one of my readings. It states that the throughput of your business is limited to the speed of your biggest bottleneck.

I invite you to watch this video carefully as I explain how important it is to get rid of the bottlenecks in your life and business to be able to get the freedom you want. I’ve done this in my own business and it has tremendously increased my throughput.

Care to share your own “bottleneck” experience too? Please leave your comments below.

Talk soon!

Gideon Shalwick

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About Gideon Shalwick

Gideon Shalwick is a YouTube and video marketing expert, and has figured out how to get a TON of attention using online video (with one YouTube channel reaching 10 million views!), and today, he's built a following of over 100,000 people for his business ventures, and 60,000+ people on this very blog, where he shares some of his most powerful video marketing strategies.

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14 Responses to How To Get Rid Of Your Biggest Bottleneck – Insights Into Freedom Series, Part 8

  1. TomBreezeTV

    Great video Gideon, you’re right – systems are really important and looking at each stage is key. I look at 3 key stages constantly – traffic, sign ups and client conversion and then try and improve constantly.
    I like the idea of removing yourself from the system as then your business can be more productive and also then you can take some time off from time to time!
    Nice one Gideon and I hope you’re well.
    Cheers,
    Tom

  2. nemrodkedem

    Thanks for this video…
    I took a TOC course back in 1995.
    It was a 120 hours course and it made me realize I was the bottleneck of the company I worked in at that time…
    TOC also includes techniques for conflict solving and more…
    Anyway, thanks for the reminder… ;-)

  3. svinehunden

    you mean the smallest bottleneck, right? ;)))

  4. ericsurf6

    Love your energy Gideon!

  5. ericsurf6

    Hmmmm, what’s the bottleneck in my YouTube channel I wonder?

  6. GideonShalwick

    Hey Tom, the three stages of traffic, sign ups and client conversion are gold! Once you’ve set up your system like that, you can really “print money” to a very high degree. Thanks for sharing!

  7. GideonShalwick

    Wow – sounds like you’re a super expert in this – would you care to make a detailed video about it and post it as a reply to this video? Would love to hear your insights!

  8. GideonShalwick

    Uhm… I guess! Depends on your point of view I suppose hehehe – good spotting!

  9. GideonShalwick

    Hey Eric – thanks! Believe it or not, but some of your videos have inspired me to keep going with this a great deal! So… thanks!

  10. GideonShalwick

    Yup… my guess is that it’s you hehehe. Do you have someone else doing your editing for you? That could save a TON of time :)

  11. Outsourcinglive

    Hey Gids, I love being reminded of this concept, since we were discussing this in our recent podcast and the key component is to hire A team players who can run your business which allows you to step outside of the business – hence our conversation about outsourcing video editing, hiring your CEO, and your tech guy. To take it one step further, will you be stepping away from the creating the videos down the track and let someone else present?

  12. TomBreezeTV

    As always my man, you’re 100% correct!
    Cheers,
    Tom

  13. humanyoda

    As a bottle has only one neck, a system has only one “bottleneck”. Not biggest or smallest, but just one. It’s a place or stage in a process with the lowest throughput.

  14. Nick Black

    Hey check out our engagement video! It’s titled “3 – Engagement!!!!”