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This podcast interview is long overdue (we recorded a few months ago) and I'm excited to finally share this with you.
I had the good fortune of connecting Jürgen Strauss a few years back through a mutual friend. Jürgen is one of those people who instantly makes you feel at ease and is a true pleasure to talk with. He also has a brilliant understanding of processes and systems, how to grow a team (through outsourcing), and how to scale a business with WordPress. Jürgen is a certified WP Elevation consultant and is also the founder of the Innovabuzz podcast (which I have had the good fortune of being a guest on).
Questions I Asked Jürgen
Can you share your background & business with the listeners?
You've also got your podcast, the Innovabuzz podcast, can you share a little bit about the podcast and why you started it?
What has the podcast done for your business?
One of the many reasons I wanted to have you on the show was because I know you've got some amazing skills when it comes to systems & processes. How did you get into that?
What are some of the things you see people afraid of doing or afraid to implement when it comes to creating processes & systems?
For web development agencies, is there a common mistake people make?
What's coming for the rest of this year for you?
What You're Going to Learn
How Jürgen went from chemistry to the internet
How he's learned to build remote teams in China, Japan, Singapore, India, Europe, and North America while being based in Australia
How to focus on building strategic relationships and partnerships to grow remote teams
How they position their projects for long-term work with their clients
How his podcast was originally focused on innovation and has morphed into so much more (and what it's done for his business)
How to connect with startups and get feedback and responses when using their tools
How to make sure your team understands the why behind the company and their tasks
Where to Connect with Jürgen
Website | Facebook | Twitter