You Are Not Moving Fast Enough: Five Ways To Grow Rapidly
Each week five or six new people (sometimes more) come to me looking for help in growing their professional practice. They all start the conversation with the same phrase: "I don't know what I'm doing wrong." In today's show I give you the answer. Season 2 Show 50 Episode 174
You're not moving fast enough.
There are three reasons why this happens:
You don't realize the problem. This is typical of people who make just enough money to survive. I was once one of those people. Then one day I realized that if I increased my expenses, my income increased to match them. This told me I could make as much money as I wanted. So I set my mind to implementing as many business growth strategies as possible and as quickly as I could.
You lack clarity of purpose. We discussed this earlier this week. Your print purpose is to grow, If you're not growing, you're dying. Do Something today to enable the growth of your business.
You don't believe in the real solution. If you're stubborn, set in your ways, you're doomed. That's all I need to say about that. If you're not "ALL IN" on business development strategy for your firm - and your individual practice - nobody can save you.
Here are the five things you can do today to increase the speed of your growth:
First: Abandon perfection. When it comes to marketing your professional practice, you need to fail, forward, fast. Don't worry about typos. Forget the little stuff. in most cases you can fix anything that is broken before most people notice.
Second: Grow each day. I shared a list of ten things I try to do each day. I consistently do 3-5 of those things. I'm clear on the purpose of my business and I complete that mission daily.
Third: Set goals. write them down and review them each day. If you have goals and you focus on them, you'll eventually crush them. If you don't, you won't.
Four: Ignore unsolicited feedback. There are people all around you who will tell you, you can't or you won't. Remove them from your life.
Fifth: Model successful behavior. There are many people who can help you. Look at your peers and copy best practices from those who are successful. If you want a true shortcut, apply to join my Inner Circle Community. We attract the best practitioners, share their success habits and refer business to each other.
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