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Stepping Back to Gain Perspective

When I was in the building phase of group practice, I was so laser focused that if you would have told me to step back to gain perspective I would have called you crazy. If you would have told me that I needed to give my business some room to breathe I would have told you that you had no idea what you were talking about. I’m certain the only stepping back I would have done would be to figure out how I was going to work harder.

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Feed Your Practice; Filet Mignon on a Cheeseburger Budget

Call it the pregnancy cravings or whatever you wish but right now all I can think about is two things: good food and group practice! Let me ask you something. How confident is your practice? Not how confident are you, but if your practice was a living breathing thing, how confident would it be? Would it know what to do if hard times came? Could it sustain if there were major cash flow concerns? What if you’re billing was negatively impacted? I’d say the majority of practice owners, if they were being honest, would say it’s not all that confident.

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My Big Idea!

I used to think my big idea was running my practice but as my systems have become more automated, I find myself looking for bigger ideas. Sometimes I wonder if I just like to torture myself by starting new projects but then I realize that I’ve always been a creator, and I know that I would have nearly as much meaning in my life without the ability to alway be creating.

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Top Three Employees for Your Practice

I don’t think anyone could possibly disagree that finding the right people can make or break a business. I mean think about it, people are unpredictable, sometimes selfish, and mostly look out for themselves. On the flip side, there are people that do exist that are loyal, committed and passionate in the same ways that you are. Finding the best qualities of yourself and replicating those in your top three employees, can not only help your business to scale but to sustain, and that’s what’s important!

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A Day in the Life of a Bee

In case you’re wondering why in the world I’m referencing a bee, go back and read the blog on branding! When I tried to think of an icon or symbol that most symbolized me and my systems of beliefs, the bee was by far the most fitting. Not to mention bees have been on my mind a lot lately since my company, Mindsight Behavioral Group, has been working to identify our Queen Bee Role. Mike Michalowicz’s new Book Clockwork sparked this sense of exploration and my staff and I have been on a journey to find our QBR for the last 4 weeks. (We’re starting a bookclub if you’d like to join.) You may be wondering, WHY? Why write about a day in the life of Kasey? I recently asked an online community for talking topics for my recent podcast with John Clarke. There was an overwhelming request to know what a typical day of my life looks like, so here it goes!

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"The Book that Blew Up my Practice"

I've always loved to read. As a kid I enjoyed fiction books, as an early adult I forgot what a book was, and now I love reading books on leadership, business, and entrepreneurship. As I sit here typing this blog, behind me stands a wall of shelving, full of books. I have everything from Tribe of Mentors, Originals, The Ideal Team Player, Top Secret to Twilight.  If you were to look at my bookshelf, you would notice one thing right away; that's the twenty-five copies of Profit First directly in the center of the shelf.

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