Systematizing to Specialize with Jen Goldman
Release Date: 09/13/2021
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Welcome to this episode of 20/20 Money! My guest on today’s show is Jen Goldman. Jen has spent her career helping service-based businesses think through and build processes that ultimately help the business grow larger than any individual owner, thus allowing the practice owner to build a bigger enterprise value (higher valuation) of their business while allowing more freedom and flexibility for the practice owner.
It doesn’t come easy, though, and in this conversation, we talk through some concepts, strategies, and action plans that practice owners can take to help “systematize to specialize” their patient experience and other practice processes.
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