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A better life with simple systems | David Jenyns | TEDxYouth@Maastricht

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Published on Apr 18, 2016

Systems could rule out every simple task at hand, switch your world upside down and enable for the creativeness of every one of us to overflow. It is a unique and condensed approach to building one’s innovative potential to go Out of Bounds. Through the build of how to develop and build these simple systems, David Jenyns shares the immense benefits that could be gained upon striving for such efficient models.
David Jenyns experienced the systems lifestyle at its raw and prime time upon growing up surrounded by them. He then set out to apply simple systems in life to reach the ‘next level’ quicker...

David’s first big entrepreneurial breakthrough came at the tender age of 21 when he sold the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), Australia’s most well known sporting icon, for $24.95. This was his stepping stone into numerous other business ventures and forged his foundations as an entrepreneur. From franchising rock ’n roll inspired clothing stores to teaching day traders how to trade the stock market, David has an amazing breadth of experience.

More recently, he founded Melbourne SEO Services and Melbourne Video Production – some of Australia’s most trusted companies in digital marketing. Today he’s inspired by checklists, systems and procedures and their ability to duplicate consistent outcomes which he has leveraged into massive success both personally and professionally.

This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx

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