#301: How to Get Exactly What You Want From Your Business

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To have it, you have to want it.

Jason A. Duprat, Entrepreneur, Healthcare Practitioner, and Host of the Healthcare Entrepreneur Academy podcast, talks about defining your goal and achieving it. As we enter a new year, Jason welcomes us with a quick reality check. He teaches us how to block our time each day and identify if what we do each day is aligned with our goals. If you feel like you're falling short of what you want, tune into this episode.


  1. To achieve something, you've got to want it bad enough.
  2. If you want to be in the 1%, you have to do what the 1% does.
  3. Be willing to sacrifice what needs to be sacrificed.


  • If you have big goals but haven't met those goals yet, Jason challenges you to do things differently.
  • Successful people, average people, and you, all have the same 24 hours a day.
  • The overwhelming majority of successful people are not any smarter than the average person. However, they manage their time way better than the average person.
  • One of the things that Thomas Jefferson did was manage his time into blocks.
  • For most people, it takes 15-40 minutes for them to get their minds into a project, which is why they're not used to task-hopping.
  • Jason recommends starting out by blocking your 24 hours a day to 4 hours each, leaving you with 6 chunks of 4-hour time blocks.
  • 2 chunks (8 hours) are usually dedicated for sleep, leaving you with 4 chunks (16 hours).
  • If you have an 8-hour corporate job, you'll have 2 chunks (8 hours) left.
  • Time spent on your personal life will probably be 1 chunk (4 hours), leaving you with 1 chunk (4 hours) left a day to grow your business.
  • You have to make some extra sacrifices because you have less time in the day to build what you need to build.
  • What you do in those 4 hours will be critical.
  • What separates high-level entrepreneurs from others is their ability to utilize their time to generate value better than the average person.
  • Some people say they want something, but their actions don't reflect what they desire.
  • Redefine your goals based on what you're willing to give up and sacrifice.
  • If you want to be in the 1%, you have to do what the 1% does.
  • There's nothing wrong with not striving to be part of the 1%. The idea is to understand exactly what you want and set your priorities accordingly.


“If you spend your time doing something else, it means you valued that more than your goal. In other words, you didn't want your goal bad enough.” – Jason A. Duprat

“You need to give up the things that need to be given up to get the results you're looking for.” – Jason A. Duprat


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