125: Why Every Health Practitioner Needs an Accountability Partner
Let me ask you something, friend →
Are you one of those practitioners who somehow manage to get everything done on a regular basis?
I mean… of course, you show up for your patients, but I’m talking about all “that other stuff”…
😳 The updated “welcome sequence” emails
😳 The social media posts
😳 The annual branding & office photos
😳 Those darn Practice Better automations
Are you ticking all those boxes off like a total boss each week? 💃
Orrrrrr, are you falling behind?? 😩
If it’s the latter, you’re NOT alone.
And here’s the deal.
One of the biggest determinants of success is accountability, and it applies to growing your practice just like it does to any other area of your life!
Now, I know this topic might sound a little “vanilla”, but:
If you don’t have an accountability partner, your business may not be as successful as it could be.
It’s a simple concept, but figuring out what to actually DO about it is not so simple. Which is exactly why I’m breaking it down for you on today’s episode of the Clinical Entrepreneur Podcast.
We’re talking about how having an accountability partner helps you:
🧚Get more done in your business
🧚Make better decisions about your time
🧚Stay focused on what matters most
🧚Feel excited about what’s possible!
🧚Stay sane amidst the chaos!
Because if there’s one piece of advice I can give you about how to really grow your practice FAST, it’s finding someone to hold you accountable to getting shiz done! 🔥🔥🔥
You can do this, friend!
- (0:28) My Surprising Confession 😳
- (2:55) My Favorite Personality Test 🤓
- (3:55) My Secret To Success 🤫
- (4:39) How Our Brain Can Hold Us Back 🧠
- (6:28) Why Your Spouse Does NOT Count 🙅♀️
- (8:17) The Perfect Solution For Accountability 🔥
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