Happy New Year SYDP fans! I hope the first few days of 2017 have gotten off to a great start! I’m honored to have you be a part of the SYDP community.
Now look, if you’re like me, you’re probably feeling super excited at all the things you’re going to accomplish in 2017.
You’re finally gonna start going to the gym. You’re finally going to hit that monthly revenue goal. You’re finally gonna hire your 1st, 2nd, or even 5th employee.
Maybe you even dare to dream of having a vacation.
Having goals and being excited are a good thing.
But as I say time and time again on the show, you have to execute. You have to do the hard work.
Too often, we look for the easy fix. The “everything done for us” solution for all our needs.
And give up when our motivation fades or we don’t see the instant results.
Be honest.. How often does that work?
Which is why I’m super excited to share my conversation with Michael Arias to kick off the new year.
In the episode you’ll notice, Michael is truly a “go getter” in every sense of the word and I don’t think the word “excuse” exists in his vocabulary.
Here are a few things you'll discover in today's episode
Free Episode Bonus:
It’s clear from our conversation, Michael makes things happen, and I promise if you take action on today’s episode you’ll definitely see results.
If you enjoyed today’s episode, you absolutely don’t want to miss the awesome bonus Michael has put together for SYDP listeners. He’s shared his short “How Many Patients Should My Practice Be Attracting” quiz, which will help you get crystal clear on how to get the most from your practice.
Just answering the questions alone, will be incredibly helpful in building out your 2017 marketing strategy.
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