In this episode of The Profitable Practice Podcast, I share the how investing in training/strategies before your business is ready for it can cripple your practice growth.
Practice Growth Mistakes To Avoid
Every practitioner I know has been there… with the best of intentions you invest in the growth of your practice. You know you have to do this in order to grow. No risk? No reward.
But if you invest in very helpful and valid trainings/growth strategies before you and your business is even equipped to implement them… you’ll just be out a load of money and time.
It’s a bit like investing in a university education before you’ve completed grade school.
Here’s my take on how to make the RIGHT investments in the RIGHT order.
In This Episode:
[0:00] The problem with business advice – it often comes in the wrong order.
[2:45] The business knowledge gap you suffer from when you graduate your training program.
[4:00] The 3 struggles for a new practitioner to be prepared for in years 1-3 from graduation.
[5:26] The ONLY THING you need to be focuses on in the early stage of your business.
[6:25] Don’t waste your time on these things…
[8:15] The struggles of years 4-6 – more efficient clinic operations and focussing in on your ideal client.
[11:10] The struggles at 6+ years out… coaching/accountability, delegation, and automation.
[13:11] Stop listening to people telling you to do things you’re not ready for!
[15:44] How to get in touch with Andrea for help with the next RIGHT step for your practice.
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