#123 The Final Episode - with Chad and Josh

December 30, 2022 01:18:17
#123 The Final Episode - with Chad and Josh
Stronger Business Podcast
#123 The Final Episode - with Chad and Josh

Dec 30 2022 | 01:18:17


Show Notes


What happens when it's time to make a choice between two good things? Perhaps you have the opportunity to do more one on one coaching but in order to scale your growth in that direction, you have to transfer more responsibility in your company to your leadership team. Or maybe you have two ideas that you've been developing simultaneously and they've grown to the point that they're in conflict with each other for your time. 

In this conversation with Chad and Josh, you'll hear about a metric for decision-making. Should you quit one thing to focus on another? Which is the better option to pursue? 

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