How to Declutter Your Business

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Hey there, Patty Dominguez with Episode 122 of the Positioning to Profit podcast. Thank you, my friend, for being here. Super excited, as always, every week, bringing you the positioning to profit tips that you can apply in your business, and in that process, meaning we get to chat a little bit, we get to discover what’s going on, we get to brainstorm some solutions. So whether you are catching me in the car, on your bike on a walk, I mean, maybe in the pool, whatever. I’m here, I’m here, I got your back. Today, we’re talking about decluttering, and what I mean is, decluttering, creating new space, opening the space, so that you can attract more of the good good, because here’s the deal, at the beginning of the year, everybody gets really excited, we’re setting our targets, blah, blah, blah. And then somewhere around week two, week three, things kind of taper off and goes back to normal, right, the normal that you were in before. And as much as we want to be hopeful about what we’re creating, there is a method to the madness.
So today’s episode is managing those little tidbits of what you can do to create more space, declutter, create more flow, invite more of what you do want in your business and releasing that which no longer serves us. So I’m excited to talk about this topic. Because again, it’s been near and dear to my heart we’ve been talking about in our community, and let’s face it, the timing couldn’t be better. So if you’ve derailed no worries, I got your back. That’s what we’re gonna be covering on today’s show. And, yeah, it’ll be chock full of good stuff. And with that, here we go.

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