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Mark Jennings

Mark is local born and bred, having been born in Bunbury, Western Australia and lived in the town his whole life. After completing high school at Bunbury Catholic College, he embarked on a university degree, earning a Bachelor of Business (Accounting and Public Practice) degree from Edith Cowan University in 2002.

Armed with the degree, Mark began his working life doing accounts for a local pub and has worked in various industries and roles since then, always gaining new skills and experience.

Outside of work, Mark enjoys being active in his local community through being involved in a number of local groups, is a senior hockey umpire, a talented musician and has also tried his hand at learning the art of campanology (bell-ringing for the uninitiated).

Business Books South West

Business Books South West started in 2012 when Mark saw a need to help other small businesses with the things that owners struggled with – accounting and bookkeeping.

As a qualified Accountant, Mark had seen a number of Mum and Dad business owners who put great energy into the parts of the business they loved, such as being a tradesman, but had little experience with the paperwork side of the business, let alone the enthusiasm to try and tackle the task themselves.

Business Books South West has now assisted various businesses and not-for-profit organisations with various aspects of their work, from the day-to-day bookkeeping to setting up and evaluating efficient systems and structures, and assistance with business advice.

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Create Time, Reduce Errors and Scale Your Profits with Proven Business Systems

SYSTEMology is a breakthrough approach which turns your owner dependent, zero systems business into one that runs with the precision of a Swiss watch.

In this book you will discover:

  • Why most business owners fail to systemise their business
  • Where to get started and what systems to create first
  • Why business owners are typically the worst people to document systems
  • Simple strategies to get your team to follow your systems
  • Why systems-centre businesses always get higher multiples and sell for top dollar

What is the SYSTEMology Framework?

Discover why a ‘system for systemising’ is important.

All the business books say we need systems and processes but the nature of business growth is such that at first they don’t feel important. As a business grows though, a system for systemising becomes the key to success and survival!

All of a sudden, with a growing team and growing pressures, documenting and monitoring systems can end up at the bottom of a never-ending list. But a lack of systems and processes creates business owners that are always busy!

What’s missing is the methodology.  The ‘how-to’ for systemising your business.  And that’s where the SYSTEMology framework comes in. 

It’s a proven approach.  Thousands of businesses around the globe have successfully systemised by implementing the 7-step SYSTEMology framework.  Those business owners have transformed their business and life.  Watch this short 4 minute video now for the key points.

What people are saying about SYSTEMology

"Now every time there's an issue to troubleshoot, all my team members have to do is read it, go through it and make the necessary changes."
Matthew Bullock
Wardrobe Design Centre
"David’s book is perfect for any sized business and skill level. We can all use SYSTEMology to unpack our minds so we don’t become our own bottleneck."
Joe Fier
Co-host of Hustle and Flowchart podcast
“I sold my first business in 6 days because it was systemised and ran like clockwork. This book shows you how to create the same in your business – but without all the pain I went through to get there. I wish I’d read this 20 years ago!"
Mike Rhodes
Founder & CEO of WebSavvy.com.au