When it comes to making important decisions about your business, too many business owners end up going down the rabbit hole of making decisions based on common sources of bad advice.

In this episode I want to share with you some of the pitfalls business owners make when it comes to making decisions based on receiving advice from the wrong places.  To help you with that, I share with you what are the best practices and resources to use towards making better, more informed decisions

1.  Be careful about taking advice from the wrong people

We tend to seek advice from those closest to us.  Unless they have first hand knowledge or experience in your line of business, these are the wrong people to ask and they will steer you in the wrong direction.

2.  Sales beat surveys

I know surveys tend to be popular, but asking people what they want is not the way to go.

3.  Ask better questions if you’re asking for advice

When asking for advice, you need to ask very specific questions.

When using these questions and  filters in your business, you’ll be on your way to making better decisions.

If you want help getting more patients and growing your practice and you’re already doing $5 – $10K a month in revenue, and want to scale your business, go to www.workwithyuri.com and let’s have a chat about how we can help you.

In This Episode I discuss:

00:00 – 04:25 – Introducing Today’s Topic

04:25  – 06:19 – Seeking Advice From The Wrong People

06:19 – 07:45 – Sales Beat Surveys

07:45 – 11:55 – Ask Better Questions

11:55 – 12:55 – Summary And Wrap Up With Yuri


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What You Missed

If you’re health practitioner who is unsure if you should continue to focus your attention on your brick and mortar practice or look at taking your practice virtual, this episode is for you.

I walked you through some of thinking to help you make that decision where you’ll discover the pros and cons of brick and mortar vs. virtual.

If you’re a “hands on” health practitioner, you’ll learn that you are more than just your hands and yes, you can transition from brick and mortar to online.

If you missed it, you can catch the episode right here: Is My Practice Better Suited for Brick & Mortar or Virtual?