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How I Built My Practice w/ Gene Monterastelli

Real world examples of how to grow your business from Gene Monterastelli who has been an entrepreneur since 1997.
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Aug 27, 2015

The emotional need to have everything just perfect before you take action is totally understandable. Our perfectionism wants to make sure we only share content, products, and services that show us in the best possible light.

The problem comes when this desire works way too hard and prevents us from doing anything at all, because nothing is never good enough.

In this week’s podcast I talk about how to overcome perfectionism so you can take action in a way that shows you at your best, while accepting that nothing will never be perfect!

If you are looking for tools to grow your business download a free copy of a past issue of the How I Built My Practice White Paper

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Aug 20, 2015

It is easy to have a clear understanding of the purpose of your business and why you are excited about the work you do.

But it is also important to know why you are doing each of the tasks you do daily, their value, and if they are the best way to spend your time.

This week I talk about how to get a handle on how you are spending your time and how to make sure you get the most out of the hours you work every day.

If you are looking for tools to grow your business download a free copy of a past issue of the How I Built My Practice White Paper

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Aug 13, 2015

In the last 11 podcasts we have covered the 11 business fundamentals I believe are essential to run a successful business.

This week I cover the most important marketing fundamental: Push the bruise.

Unless you can put your audience in touch with their lack or pain related to the product or services you provide, you will not succeed.

This week I share what I mean by "push the bruise" and how you can use it effectively.

If you are looking for tools to grow your business download a free copy of a past issue of the How I Built My Practice White Paper

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Aug 7, 2015

Business owners often confuse having a goal list with having an executable plan.

It is important that you have a clear vision of where you would like to end up, but a step-by-step plan to get from where you are to where you want to be is equally important.

In this week's podcast we cover the final business fundamental.

Business Fundamental #11: Create Real, Executable Plan

In this I talk about how to create a plan and, just as importantly, how to create a realistic timeline.

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