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Rebecca Jones

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#584: How to Prepare to Outsource Anything - Rebecca Jones

Bokeh - The Photography Podcast

You can only grow a business so much when you're doing all the work yourself, but delegating editing, album design, administrative tasks - or anything else - can be super stressful! Listen in to this important episode as Rebecca Jones shares 4 important steps photographers should take for a successful outsourcing or hiring experience! The Bokeh Podcast is brought to you by Photographer’s Edit: Custom Editing for the Professional Photographer. You can subscribe to the Bokeh podcast on the Apple podcast app, follow on Spotify, add to your playlist on Stitcher, or listen on Overcast. Show Notes: Rebecca's Intro and Business Information (2:25) Why is there a tendency for photographers to not consider organization and structure? (4:45) Why is there hesitation to outsource and delegate tasks? (7:05) How can we change our mindset of needing to have control so that we can outsource? (9:11) What to consider before outsourcing or hiring in your business (11:40) Determine your business goals Evaluate what you want to outsource Have clear systems set up prior to outsourcing Leverage technology by using project management tools Links: https://www.rebeccajones.co https://www.instagram.com/rebeccajones_solutions https://todoist.com/ https://trello.com/en https://asana.com/


13 Sep 2022

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How systems make you money - Rebecca Jones

Get a "Heck Yes" with Carissa Woo Wedding Photographer and Coach

Happy Woo Wednesdays! Systems help you run an efficient (and easier) business and can also be a source of potential revenue. We have Rebecca Jones in the house!!! 👩🏻‍💻 Strategic biz partner, project & operations manager ✨ Systems are the backbone to business 🏠 CA girl living in the South Rebecca Jones is the founder of Rebecca Jones Solutions, an operations management house for wedding professionals. She serves wedding industry professionals by helping them organize the backend of their business, find clarity, and gain more freedom by improving their operational efficiency through strategic systems and processes. Before starting her entrepreneurial venture, Rebecca comes from 15 years in the events industry, serving and planning a wide variety of events. Topic: How systems make you money 1. Why you need systems 2. How systems create a consistent customer experience 3. What a good customer experience does for your business 4. Quality & consistent customer experience leads to more potential revenue (80+% of customers read reviews before making a buying decision). Connect with Rebecca https://www.instagram.com/rebeccajones_solutions/ https://linktr.ee/rebeccajones.solutions Book a call https://www.subscribepage.com/systemssessions Connect with Carissa Woo https://instagram.com/carissawoo https://heckyesmedia.co/


6 Jul 2022

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Equipment Series: Rebecca Jones Gives a Lesson on Tech Skills

Totally Dissolved

We start getting in-depth with equipment and tech knowledge beginning with one of our favorite Coffee Techs, Rebecca Jones. Her insight is not only valuable, but unexpected combining curiosity with patience and empathy.  Rebecca Jones is a coffee tech ☕🔧with SteamVolt in Chicago, IL. She loves people, coffee, and solving puzzles, so fixing espresso machines is the perfect gig. Beyond fixing machines, Rebecca enjoys playing the viola, watching Startrek, and cooking for friends. 🎻🖖🍳

1hr 17mins

21 Jun 2022

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How Systems Make You Money, with Rebecca Jones

Let's Book Clients!

We’re talking with Rebecca Jones about how systems can make you money in your business. There's lots of ways to make money and one way that you may not think of is your operational system and systems.A lot of people think they don't have systems in their business. And actually you do, because if you may not think about it, but if you have something that you do consistently, like you're performing the same steps in a row, whether they're efficient or not, or effective, you know, you're doing the same thing.That's your system. And a lot of it usually is living in someone's head. Especially people who are newer in their business or a solopreneur. A lot of your systems run in your head because you're the only one running your business. Why do you need a good system for everything you do? It offers a consistent client experience across the board for all the people that you work with.It equates to efficiency. It increases client retention. There's consistency that comes back from other clients because they had a great experience with you.It builds brand loyalty. It builds your reputability because people are just saying how great and attentive you are, how caring you are. It's going to get around and people will talk about it. And then it gives you that competitive edge, because if people are talking about you and you have that brand image, Building from your customer experience and reviews and things like that. Then how much does that give you an edge over your competitor? Who maybe doesn't have as many reviews or doesn't have people talking about them as much and a great way to find out, you know, what's so great about your customer experience.Can you explain to us what you do as an operations manager?My job as an operations manager is to come in and look at the operations and  into your systems. How are you running things? Do you use systems for your business? Do you use a project management system? Do you use a client relationship management system, your CRM? Because I do believe that a lot of Tech can support your business.My love language is project management systems.So Trello, Asana, Click Up. I love those platforms. They do so much for you. Most of them have some sort of free platform that works just fine. The nice thing about these project management systems is that they can be a good hack for your lead management system as well.These project management systems, whichever you choose to use, I set them up so that you have a high level view of where you are in your client process delivery system for your whole business.How can we find you? The best way to find me is on Instagram. My handle is @rebeccajones_solutions. The best way to contact me is through Instagram and DM chat with me.I'm always there and happy to talk with new people and meet new people and see how I can.One last thing, remember our systems are always changing. They're always evolving. You know, it's never set in stone. You may do it one way for a while. Then evolve and change it to another way because you found something better.And so it's not something that you have to do A, B, and C this way forever, you can change it and evolve it as you grow your business as well.Let’s show your future clients your awesomeness. Get the best strategies for getting reviews, straight from leading entrepreneurs in our free guide filled with quick hot tips.You’ll instantly get ideas from high achieving leaders… all focused on how to get reviews and what to do with them to book more clients. Just go to www.letsgetreviews.com to get the guide instantly!


7 Jun 2022

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23es 2022 - Rebecca Jones: Misconduct dismissals


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18 May 2022

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Rebecca Jones of Hire An Old: Women In Tech London

Women in Tech Podcast, hosted by Espree Devora

Don't miss out on the next #womenintech podcast episode, get notified by signing up here http://womenintechshow.com.Be featured in the Women in Tech Community by creating your profile here http://womenintechvip.com/“Rebecca Jones of Hire An Old”    #womenintech Show is a WeAreTech.fm production.To support the Women in Tech podcast go to https://www.patreon.com/womenintechTo be featured on the podcast go to http://womenintechshow.com/featureHost, Espree Devorahttps://twitter.com/espreedevorahttps://www.linkedin.com/in/espreeGuest,Rebecca Joneshttps://twitter.com/lexmcbexhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/rebeccajonesuk/Listener Spotlight,Jo Petersonhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/jopeterson1/In LA? Here’s some awesome resources for you to become immersed in the LA Tech scene -For a calendar of all LA Startup events go to, http://WeAreLATech.comGet Podcast Listeners, http://getpodcastlisteners.com/Resources Mentioned:Comma, https://www.usecomma.comLove Is The Killer App, https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/8997432-love-is-the-killer-appDepresh Mode, https://maximumfun.org/podcasts/depresh-mode/How I Built This, https://www.npr.org/series/490248027/how-i-built-thisMailchimp, https://mailchimp.comCanva, https://www.canva.comOtter, https://otter.aiCreators Are Brands, https://www.listennotes.com/podcasts/creators-are-brands-tom-boyd-zUJOS7sWIXG/Paypal, https://www.paypal.com/us/homePeople Mentioned:Wes Kao, https://www.weskao.comCredits:Produced and Hosted by Espree Devora, http://espreedevora.comStory Produced, Edited and Mastered by Cory Jennings, https://www.coryjennings.com/Production and Voiceover by Adam Carroll, http://www.ariacreative.ca/Team support by Janice GeronimoMusic by Jay Huffman, https://soundcloud.com/jayhuffmanShort Title: Rebecca Jones


4 Apr 2022

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162: Rebecca Jones

What Else? with Corey Mann

Rebecca Jones’s love for music began at a young age, serving behind the scenes in the events department at her church in Nashville, TN. This passion took her to Middle Tennessee State University where she graduated with a degree in Music Business.She began her career in the music industry over 15 years ago at the Gospel Music Association, followed by The MWS Group, working directly with Michael W. Smith. author Frank Peretti and Amy Grant. Her next endeavor was booking artists like Switchfoot, Lincoln Brewster and Gungor at Elite Talent Agency, where she also played a role in jump-starting the career of hip-hop artist NF.In 2015, Rebecca founded Redbird Artists Agency, where she is currently managing a roster primarily composed of independent worship leaders. In 2017, she founded Redbird Common - the first, purely CCM “writers in the round” series in the Nashville area.Rebecca’s background brings with it, a wealth of knowledge and industry experience. Above all, she considers it a daily privilege to play a part in amplifying and expanding both her artists’ career and the platform they serve.Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy


21 Feb 2022

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How To Focus And Protect Your Mind In 2022? Exclusive Interview With Rebecca Jones


Initially trained by Dr. Richard Bandler and Paul McKenna, & now a much trusted & highly valued part of their team, Rebecca is now a highly sought after expert in her own field & in her own right. With her thriving practice in Harley Street London and a successful clinic on Deansgate in Manchester, Rebecca is an inspirational therapist & consultant. Rebecca works globally with clients across the world. Also with a clinic on Fifth Avenue, NYC, USA, Rebecca works with International clients F2F, as well as online virtually around the world. Rebecca's clients include VIP & celebrities, Governments and Government Officials, United Nations, British Council, OECD, Diplomats, Silicon Valley, fashion designers, pop stars, music producers, sports personalities, top athletes, and more. Rebecca helps a variety of clients with a range of issues including anxiety, depression, addiction, trauma, PTSD, eating disorders, stress, phobias, and more.She also enables people to become more confident, more motivated, more dynamic, and to live the life of their dreams. In this interview Rebecca shares exclusive insight about the following topics:1. What is hypnotherapy and how does it really work 2. How to focus and protect your mind in 2022 3. What to do when someone like a doctor says “ You will never walk again “  4. What are some of Rebecca's unique methods in hypnotherapy.  With Podcast host: Mark SephtonHope you'll enjoy the episode! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.


17 Feb 2022

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738 - Rebecca Jones (Clutch) On Enabling More Women To Invest in Crypto

Forward Thinking Founders

Rebecca Jones is the founder of Clutch. Clutch is a crypto wallet built by women, for women, to invest in digital currencies. ★ Support this podcast ★


23 Aug 2021

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Preparing students for the future by developing programming and quantitative analysis skills with Rebecca Jones

The Developing Practice Podcast - University of Liverpool

In this podcast we chat with Becky about her work with students to prepare them for the future in regard to developing programming and quantitative analysis skills. Becky Jones has been working as a lecturer in the School of Life Sciences since 2018. Prior to this Becky spent a year as a Teaching Fellow at the University of Sussex, following on from her undergraduate in Zoology, PhD in Behavioural Ecology and a year lectureship at the University of Liverpool. Becky is an outdoor enthusiast, nature lover and keen baker. Having recently rescued a lurcher, named Bolt, she enjoys nothing more than long hikes in neighboring North Wales, easily reached from her home on the Wirral. Becky is additionally currently learning to ring birds, both as a hobby and to embed in her teaching and outreach. The Academy’s Developing Practice Podcast is produced by The Academy, University of Liverpool.  The role of the Academy is to promote and enable organisational excellence through the strategic development of the University’s people and practices.  The podcast hosts Matt Davis, Organisational Developer and Alex Owen, Academic Developer are based in the Academy.  To find out more about the work of The Academy check out: https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/the-academy/ Reading List: https://rl.talis.com/3/liverpool/lists/6FE799AD-B4E5-0EB4-4788-90220A2EA797.html?lang=en-gb&login=1#5ace3d8f-045e-4377-913c-53fd2802ca61 Music & FX: This podcast uses sounds from https://freesound.org/s/417560/ and music from https://www.purple-planet.com


30 Jul 2021