Want Better Results? Think Who, Not How

There's a reason why you simply are not launching that side project. And it's much simpler than you might think…

6 months ago   •   4 min read

By Ernesto Gutierrez, MD
Photo by Cytonn Photography / Unsplash
Table of contents

Doctors seek me out when they get stuck trying to grow their practice.

This is often after months –years, even– of just “doing it themselves”.

But, as they soon find out (even if it takes them years to accept it…) operating in this way is not very smart.

In this article I will share with you:

  1. Whom I learned this concept from.
  2. Why it is such a great concept.
  3. Why doctors –more than others– tend to want to do it themselves.
  4. How you can begin overcoming these natural tendencies.

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