Try to imagine how you would like to see your business running in the future.
Really take some time and think about this. Ask yourself this question when creating your plan;
How do I plan to operate, better yet, how do I dream of operating my business?
Do you see yourself on an expedition through the White mountains?
How will you communicate with your team?
How will you track what goes on in your business, if you are not micro-managing every detail?
Do you see yourself in a giant office with a view of your city skyline?
Free is not always the best option!
There are things you should not try to get frugal with, two of which are;
1. Your software and
2. The time creating your procedures!
It is 2020 and the need for a procedure booklet is fading fast as there are numerous work flow and procedure applications to choose from. As you begin choosing applications or software to organize your practice, make sure the software you purchase is compatible with how you want to run your business.
Is the software accessible in mobile format?
Are there any mobile limitations with the software?
Is a demo version available for you to test?
When starting your business, get as organized as possible. If you start all of your processes and document what you would like them to be, scaling your business when the time comes, will seem like a walk in the park; tiring, but so worth it!
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