In this episode,  I want to talk to you about why new and exciting hurts your business.  I want to introduce this topic to you by asking you how many times someone has ask you “what’s new and exciting”?

I’m here to tell you that “boring” is the way to grow a successful business.

I know as entrepreneurs that can be difficult because our entrepreneurial minds are always looking to create the next thing.

It’s the boring stuff that makes you really effective and makes your business scaleable.

What you want to do is one thing and do it really well.

If you want to be able to narrow down and focus on the one thing in your business that can help you scale, I invite you to go to and book a call with us.  We’ll audit your business and we can help you identify what is working in your business and what isn’t, where you’re leaving money on the table and where the opportunities lie for you.

In This Episode I discuss:

00:00 – 01:45 – Introducing Today’s Topic

01:45 – 04:00 – Why Boring Is The Secret To Success

04:00 – 05:12 – Identifying The Boring Things

05:12 – 06:22 – The Best Role Models Are The Negative Ones

06:22 – 08:55 – Wrap Up With Yuri


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What You Missed

If you missed our last episode, I shared with you 2 Missing Pieces for Creating Breakthrough Results For Your Clients.

You will get to a point in business where the most important thing you have to focus on and obsess about is keeping clients.

It’s no longer about getting clients. There comes a point where the focus needs to move away from acquisition and more on retention.

As a leader, there are three levels to helping people achieve a results.

Listen to this episode to learn more about this 3 prong approach and how it correlates to the 2 missing pieces that will create a bigger breakthrough for your clients and will also help you focus on client retention rather than acquisition.

If you have any questions, comments or feedback, I’d love to hear from you.