Why I Have So Many Consulting Accounts

I have 16 companies that I consult for now, and I can tell you that of the 16 companies that I consult for – there’s 6 different things that I am consulting for. If I was only good at marketing physical therapy, I would probably only have four companies.

If I was only good at understanding financials within a physical therapy business, I would only have four companies. If I was only good at understanding technology and how it relates to physical therapy, I would probably only have a few consulting accounts. 

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And if I was only good at understanding how to do wellness in a physical therapy practice and how to use Facebook Groups and email marketing and support systems, I probably only have four. But I actually have sixteen because I am well-rounded.

What is my biggest skill set?

It’s my ability to speak.

I can come on LIVE, I can think about something in twenty minutes and I can come LIVE and I can spit fire for you. If I had to do one thing, that’s all I am going to do. But When you are well-rounded, you get even more opportunities Click To Tweet. Don’t get it twisted, you still have to hone your craft – but you have to know what your craft is.

I have seen a lot of people who has amazing gifts but they haven’t worked on themselves, they are not good leaders, they are not nice people to be around. That’s how you get people to promote, honor, to find favor with you. I will say it again… you have to be well-rounded to make it big. 

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If you are a complete jerk even though you are gifted at something, I don’t want to work with you. It’s not just about being great at something if you are not working on yourself.

You may have the greatest physical therapy idea,  but if you can’t get along with anyone, fine, you have your idea – you will be the one person in your business. I want to work on myself, I want to work on my leadership, and that’s the reason why I have 20+ employees. 

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