Jason A. Duprat, Entrepreneur, Healthcare Practitioner and Host of the Healthcare Entrepreneur Academy podcast talks about how occasionally saying no to new opportunities can help you achieve business success.
- Jason explains why deciding on what not to do is as important as deciding on what to do.
- Saying yes is an easy thing to do and it’s a trap. It’s similar to the shiny object syndrome.
- Jason recommends sitting on a potential opportunity for 1-2 weeks before making a final decision. Let it marinate. If you’re still enthusiastic about it, then pursue it.
- Recently, Jason has been approached to consider new product and service line ideas, speaking opportunities, franchise partnerships and 1:1 coaching.
- He’s decided to focus on his live Q&A for the Ketamine and IVT academies and to launch a new Course Creator Academy.
- He also agreed to speak virtually at his alma mater, University of Central Florida’s School of Nursing to talk about what it’s like being a CRNA and business owner. .
- Mastering and improving your craft as a business is important before venturing out.
3 KEY POINTS:
- Opportunity cost is the cost of choosing one opportunity over the other.
- Making smart business decisions can foster better opportunities with greater gain.
- Focus on doing one or two things exceptionally well as a business.
“Being the jack-of-all-trades is the surefire way to be the master of none.” – Jason Duprat
“Once you’re in business, you can’t say yes to everything.” – Jason Duprat
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