InvestmentNews Article: A resolution for a new decade of growth
What are your business goals for the future? Here’s a novel idea: Try identifying the things you should stop doing before making a list of the things you want to accomplish.
For starters, if you’re the principal of a firm, and you want to grow… stop doing both the things you hate and the things you can easily delegate. Once you make this a habit? Your practice could take off in ways you can’t imagine.
The article reads:
If you want meaningful business growth, try identifying what you should stop doing before making a list of the things you want to accomplish.
My business partner of nearly 30 years likes to say, “What got us here will not get us to where we want to be, or we’d be there already.”
It’s a constant reminder that we can’t rely on our previous methods or successes.Scott Hanson, Co-Founder, Allworth Financial