172: From Chaos to Clarity: How a Quarterly Plan Can Transform Your Business
Ever find yourself stuck in the middle of a task, wondering how in the world you’re going to finish what you started? Or, do you have BIG goals you feel you’ll never reach because you just don’t know where to start? 🤔
Many practice owners find themselves stuck when it comes to moving the ball forward in their business. You may have brilliant ideas, but it’s natural to get overwhelmed by the details, lose focus, and struggle to complete what you set out to do.
But fear not, because today, I’m breaking down the complexities of creating a quarterly plan for your practice with a straightforward approach to make it more manageable than ever before! 🌟
In this episode you’ll hear:
👉 The importance of breaking down your quarterly plan into practical components.
👉 How to conduct a situational analysis using the SWOT framework.
👉 The SMART goal-setting framework and how to apply it to your business objectives.
👉 Practical steps to create a marketing plan using the three P’s: Product, Price, and Promotion.
📈 Download the SWOT Analysis Template!
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