In order to get to the point where you enjoy better clients, more fun, more, money, more time, and essentially a better practice, you have to put in the time necessary. Taking shortcuts and not establishing the foundation for good marketing will just hurt you in the long run. These 270 days can be separated in 90 days each and they will guide the marketing you build and how it plays off one another. Realistically, it won’t really take you exactly 90 days but these concepts show that it takes some time to build everything up.
“If you want to build anything great, you’ve got to break it into incremental steps.” – Kirk Lowe
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