Business coach Allison Maslan offers tips on how advisors can scale their practices — and reveals her daredevil hobby.
By Jane Wollman Rusoff|November 13, 2018 at 12:22 PM|The original version of this story was published on ThinkAdvisor
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Galloping around at a frenetic pace, late and distracted, entrepreneur Allison Maslan ran herself over with her own car. She had failed to put on the parking brake before exiting and was dragged under the front tire and into the middle of the street.
Miraculously, she suffered only a broken collarbone and temporary tire imprints on her legs from the weight of that 4,000-pound vehicle rolling over her. But the trauma shocked the then-28-year-old into realizing she was spreading herself too thin and desperately needed to revamp her way of doing business.
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