The fastest way to create a solid business plan for the new yearIf you know you should create a business and strategic marketing plan for the new year, but you don’t know how or you don’t have the time to spend multiple days creating it, then this week’s video will help. You’ll learn about the easiest way to approach annual business planning for your practice through the use of a simple SWOT analysis.

In this video, I explain how to catalog your strengths and weaknesses, opportunities and threats to create a foundation for annual business planning. This process so much faster and better focused on what you really need to pay attention to in the new year—so don’t get lost in tons of KPI’s, financials, etc., which should be reserved to build out your strategic plan once you have it framed.

More specifically, I discuss these topics related to annual business planning:

  • How to identify your strengths and why focusing on those that truly set you apart from the competition will help you generate more business in the future.
  • How to use your list of weaknesses to identify simple changes that can dramatically improve your results.
  • The type of circumstances to include in your list of opportunities that will help you identify which are worth future investment.
  • How to create a roadmap for dealing with the near-term threats your practice will face.
  • How to prioritize the items in your SWOT lists so you’ll know where to apply more resources, what to improve, and threats to protect against as you build out your plan, set goals, and build out the calendar for 2023.

The fastest way to create a solid business plan for the new year


I’ve got a free resource for you: “Year End Business Review and Annual Practice Planning Guide,” which will help you to complete your yearly business planning as quickly as possible.

Click below to download this resource that explains exactly how to use the critical data and key performance indicators that cash-based private practices should track but often do not.

Thanks so much for checking out this week’s video… hope you enjoy the Annual Practice Planning Notes!

Year End Business Review and Annual Practice Planning Guide


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