Leadership is having a vision or an idea. Management is the act of doing and executing the idea, building the blueprint. This means managing time and prioritising putting the first things first.

In practice, leadership has to come first. We have to have that overarching vision. 

Then be able to carry out the work on a daily basis that will help us to achieve the goal. 

And sometimes in business, people can get too bogged down in the minutia to really recognise or remember the direction they are going in.

Today with the world in chaos and the environment we live in constantly changing we are more in need of a vision, a destination, a compass, and a map than before to make sure that we focus on the right things .   

Whilst we don’t know what the landscape or the terrain is going to be like in the future, weeks, months or years, we do know health has never been more of a priority and that as healthpreneurs, clinic owners and practitioners our role and contribution to support our community and improve health and well-being is vitally important.  

Your vision

So using computer parlance, you are the programmer and are now writing the program.  

What is it you’re trying to achieve with your business?

Who do you serve? 

What problem does your business answer for them?

And what’s the reason they choose you?

What does that look and feel like?

Create A Super Successful Plan

RUNNING A PRACTICE IS NOT ABOUT DOING A MILLION THINGS – IT’S ABOUT THE RIGHT FOCUS IN THE RIGHT AREAS.

To this you need a plan which is executed.

The implementation of a plan properly and professionally will deliver results.  Consistently doing the right activity will deliver consistent results

With a plan properly in place, things will start to work, you will crack the rhythmic consistent acquisition of clients, and track the right things that keep you on track.

You will get:

  • A copy of the same template business plan I use to organise my thoughts and ideas into an actionable business plan.
  • Focus on what you need to do and what to check in on.
  • Clarity on what to monitor and measure. Some things will go according to plan, some things better than plan, and some things worse than planned. Thats why knowing you numbers and where you are going matters

What are you waiting for?  Get started with your plan today.

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