How personal development (and chasing the fun) helps entrepreneurs build million-dollar businesses.

How personal development (and chasing the fun) helps entrepreneurs build million-dollar businesses.

In today’s Bonus Business Insights Podcast episode we hear from million-dollar founder and owner, Brian Milauskas, about how you can use personal development to build a thriving business.

Listen to the episode and you’ll learn how: 

  • Viewing obstacles/opportunities from multiple perspectives will result in the most creative solution 
  • To shift from fear to faith, becoming more strategic 
  • Defining other metrics for success other than just money contributes to building something you love (and is profitable.)
  • Looking to the future of what you want informs what has to be done right now to attain long-term success.

Meet Brian

Brian is the founding creative director of Kidstock! Creative Theater.

He is a lifelong resident of Winchester, a graduate of Tufts University, and occasionally a florist/special events designer.  His past directing and design credits include work with the Boston Children’s Theatre, the Winchester Cooperative Theater, and the Lyric Stage Company in Boston where he produced the family theater series “Once Upon A Time with Kidstock!” 

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Brian directed 15 productions at Winchester High School over more than 10 years including an award-winning production of Taming of the Shrew.  His  Director/Designer credits at NDT include You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown, Little Shop of Horrors, Lettice & Lovage, Into the Woods, 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (IRNE nomination), Lend Me A Tenor, Steel Magnolias, 9-5, Sunset Blvd, The Cemetery Club, Next to Normal, Gypsy, God of Carnage & A Little Night Music.

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Expand to multiple locations while fearlessly leading your team.

Expand to multiple locations while fearlessly leading your team.

Today’s episode of The Up Level Project is packed with wholesome greatness! Kelly Duggan, the founder, and owner of Physical Therapy U, shares her insights and advice for entrepreneurs who are looking to expand to more locations while practicing inclusive leadership! Trust me you don’t want to miss this one. Learn how to trust your gut, while also focusing on the facts, without giving up your freedom or impact! 

Here’s what you’ll learn in today’s episode:

  1. How to make a sound decision about expanding to more locations.
  2. How to manage all the uncertainty that goes along with opening a new space.
  3. Why it’s important to practice inclusive leadership and get your team involved with the decisions you take to grow your business.
  4. How to build faith in your team and release control.
  5. Procedures to keep your team accountable and deliver quality work.

Meet Kelly

Kelly Duggan graduated from Bridgewater State College Summa Cum Laude in 2006 with a degree in Physical Education. She went on to attend the Massachusetts General Hospital Institute of Health Professions and achieved her Doctor of Physical Therapy Degree in January of 2009. 

Kelly has since practiced in multiple areas of therapy including inpatient rehabilitation at Braintree Rehab Hospital, home care through South Shore Hospital and outpatient physical therapy in Hanover, Braintree, East Bridgewater and now currently in Bridgewater.  In May of 2016 Kelly opened her own physical therapy clinic, Physical Therapy U Inc.  In less than two years’ time Kelly was able triple her businesses revenue and moved her clinic to a space 3x the size where her and her team are changing healthcare for the better for patients and employees!  PTU is now in the process of opening it’s second location and the team continues to grow!  Kelly is a mom of 3 and because of her innovation she has been able to maintain a growing clinic and still manage remote learning for her children.  Kelly attributes her drive to working hard for what she values most in life-> time with her family.

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More success stories from those who have grown their business to multiple locations:

Growing from one location with three part-time employees to three locations and 10 full-time employees.