Why it was selected for “CBNation Architects”:
This podcast episode features Christy Evon, the Director and Co-Owner of Health Vantis, a medical facilitation business that she started after experiencing frustrations with the Canadian healthcare system.
In this episode, Christy shares her journey and key aspects of her business philosophy:
CEO Hack: Christy cites the usefulness of time management and scheduling to organize and undertake certain activities effectively.
CEO Nugget: Her advice to listeners is to get organized as it is critical for success in business.
CEO Defined: Christy defines a CEO as an individual who creates something unique that helps people.
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Christy EvonTeaser 00:00
The first is that we only send our clients to the US and a lot of facilitators shy away from that because of the expense. But what a lot of people don't realize is that there are fabulous facilities in the US that do not charge the ridiculous prices that you see advertised.
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Gresham Harkless 00:45
Hello, hello, hello. This is Gresh from the IAMCEO podcast and I appreciate you listening to this episode. If you've been listening this year, you know that we hit 1600 episodes at the beginning of this year and we're doing something a little bit different.
Where we're repurposing our favorite episodes around certain categories, topics, or as I like to call them, the business pillars that we think are going to be extremely impactful for CEOs, entrepreneurs, business owners, and what I like to call the CB Nation architects who are looking to level up their organizations.
This month, we are focusing on operations. The systems will set you free. So think about systems, think about flow, sustainability, potentially working out in your morning routine, waking up early e commerce, different business models. Think of the operations in the models that basically set up the foundation to allow the creativity within organizations, but also to make sure the trains are running on time and things are going as they should.
Now, this is extremely important because we often turn to the sexy parts of business and forget about the operations and how important that is. So, I really want to focus this month on this specific topic. So sit back and enjoy this special episode at the IAMCEO podcast.
Hello. Hello. Hello. This is Gresh from the IAMCEO podcast. And I have a very special guest on the show today at Christy Evon of Health Vantis. Christy, it is awesome to have you on the show.
Christy Evon 02:05 Thanks for having me. I'm excited to be here.
Gresham Harkless 02:08
Me too. I'm excited to get the opportunity to learn a little bit more about your business, all the awesome things that you're doing. But what I wanted to do is just read a little bit more about Christy so you can get a better idea of some of those things.
And Christy is the director and co-owner of Health Vantis, a medical facilitation business. She started her business after experiencing the Canadian healthcare system and frustrations with it while living there.
Her background consists of a 14-year career in the U. S. Insurance industry, and she has a master's in business from Indiana Westland. She currently resides in Indianapolis, Indiana, with two of her boys. Christy, are you ready to speak to the IAMCEO community?
Christy Evon 02:45
Yes, I am.