Episode 082: How I Quit My Good Doctor Job (Part 2)

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Welcome to another episode of The Doctor Coach School™ Podcast.

Today is a continuation of the last episode.

I talked about how I had made my first $5k in my business and my brain immediately knew that if I could make $5k, I can make $500k

 I could see that part so clearly. 


What I didn't see was how I was going to get all of that stuff done because I did not know how I was going to grow my business, and how I would eventually scale my business to be able to finally leave my job. I didn't know what the intricacies of that would be.

I didn't have a clear sense of what all of my next steps would be.


 And that's really important because you don't need clarity. We think we need clarity, but we never ever truly get clarity.

 We get clarity as we are making decisions and as we are moving forward, and then we get feedback. 


So we take a step, we get a result. We evaluate that result and get feedback and then we take another step. That is the entire process of entrepreneurship.

If I had sat back and waited for clarity, I would not have the business that I have today where I'm serving so many incredible clients and helping them get absolutely incredible results.


Listen in as I give you details of how my 2020 was and how I am proud of the version of  myself I was in that year