30 Apr 9 Things for Your ‘Stop Doing List’ if You Want To Grow
Here at Practice Acceleration we get chatting to lots of people who are simply just really stuck in their business.
They get into healthcare because they want to help people but find it really difficult to navigate the challenges of business.
We get it, business can feel lonely and it can be really hard to know what to do next – especially if you’ve been feeling stuck for a while.
To hit your stride in business – there’s a whole lot of things you need to stop doing and start doing.
In this episode we reveal the 9 most common offenders that need to be on your ‘Stop Doing List’ if you want to grow.
It’s time to truly identify what’s holding you back and ensure the tasks you’re completing within your business are driving you forward.
This way you can stop feeling stuck and can achieve the growth you’ve always wanted!
We hope you love this episode.
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Check out these highlights:
[3.38] The importance of strategic meetings to identify what you need to stop doing and ultimately stop getting in your own way
[5.08] Why you need to remove the huge time suck of email from your business
[7.14] New morning rituals you can implement to get you pumped and excited to execute every day
[8.08] Why driving the revenue of your business all on your own is counterproductive and how beginning to remove yourself will be beneficial in the long run
[10.13] Recognise that without leads you have no business and why you must treat marketing as a necessity, not a bolt on
[16.04] The systemised approach that will stop you getting involved in drama and have your staff easily deal with it instead.
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