Monthly Round Up Of Posts: March 2019

Monthly Round Up of Posts: March 2019

What a great month March was! We launched our 8th cohort with Next Level Practice and we had some wonderful guests on the podcast where we spoke about embracing your true self, how to master Instagram and so much more. Our articles covered everything from self-care as a private practice owner to some great tips for content creation. Be sure to catch up if you missed out!

Top Stories

The Five Most Important Questions for Private Practice: An Authoritative Guide

The Five Most Important Questions for Private Practice: An Authoritative Guide

If you can answer these five questions, everything else will be easier in your private practice. Imagine having a practice, where tasks feel under control, clients are predictably scheduling, and you are an amazing resource to the community.

There’s the Generalist, the Niche and Specialty, and Then There’s This

Now, many of us have heard the riches are in the niches. I’ve also heard that some people love the generalist path as well. There are compelling arguments for both sides, but all it took was one conversation with my best friend to jump on a newer bandwagon, with a newer mindset, and for good reason.

Here’s Why Content Is King

In general, people are really overwhelmed and busy. Think about who you actually listen to, who do you follow on a regular consistent basis? Maybe there’s one podcaster that you always listen to, or there’s a blog post that is your go-to. But generally, you don’t give your attention to many people nor should we expect that our audiences are going to give attention to us.

Podcasts

Dr. Kelly Flanagan Thinks You Are Loveable: Embracing What Is Truest about You, So You Can Truly Embrace Your Life | PoP 359

In this podcast episode, Joe Sanok speaks with Dr. Kelly Flanagan about egos, what we do to build it up, how to break through it and the things that stand in the way of us loving ourselves.

Ace the Gram with Tash and Viv: How to Master Instagram | PoP 360

In this podcast episode, Joe Sanok speaks with Viv Conway and Tash Meys about how they started their Instagram journey and they share tips for improving your own Instagram engagement.

How to Name a Business | PoP 361

In this podcast episode, Joe Sanok speaks about how to name a business and not let perfection hold you back!

 

How to Market Your Business | PoP 362

In this podcast episode, Joe Sanok speaks about how to market your business and shares some important mindsets, statements, and ideas.

 

Steven Griffith Wants You To Do A Time Cleanse | PoP 363

In this podcast episode, Joe Sanok speaks with Steven Griffith about doing a time cleanse and how to be productive without sacrificing your happiness.

Sarah Leitschuh Wants You To Do It All Without Doing It All | PoP 364

In this podcast episode, Joe Sanok speaks with Sarah Leitschuh about how to do it without doing it all and avoid feeling burnt out.

Jaime Masters Wants You To Be A Millionaire | PoP 365

In this podcast episode, Joe Sanok speaks with Jaime Masters about being a millionaire and some things you can do to get into that mindset!

 

Before You Go…

  • The 5 Secrets Behind a Great Content Plan
    I started a podcast a number of years ago that totally failed. The reason was that it was past where my audience was. Because I helped counselors that are starting, growing and scaling a private practice, but at the time I wanted to make a jump and so I started teaching people how to become consultants. Most of my audience at that time was just starting a practice it was too far beyond them. So I got a handful of listeners but not enough to make it worth my time, so I stopped it.
  • Here’s the Content Strategy You’ve Been Looking For
    After you’ve looked at the analytics and you’ve seen what actually worked, you want to replicate that. Is it a particular celebrity that you wrote about that got people really got buzzing? Maybe it was a topic or how-to or something like that. Replicate what’s working rather than always creating something new.
  • Self-Care as a Private Practice Owner
    We all know the deal with self-care and the importance of being able to care for yourself, so you can show up for your clients and your family. But how do you fit this in when you are beginning your practice and you are a running everything yourself? Well, just the same way that you make showing up to your sessions a priority, and how it is blocked off in your calendar, you do the same for yourself!
  • How to Master the Innovation Process
    When people want to innovate, we want to look at the reason why. Why do you want to innovate? Do you have something to say are you just saying something?
  • Day & Night: The Flow Of Work Shouldn’t Stop
    A busy office is a sign that things are going great. You have lots to do, such as fulfilling customer orders, talking with your various suppliers and handling customer complaints. You’re also emailing your partners, meeting with clients and distributors etc, are all signs of a booming business. Employees make this magic happen.
  • Dancing and How It Helps Me With Counseling
    We as therapists need to have a way to recharge our batteries on a regular basis.  It can be the difference between burnout and being able to have a career that is prosperous and sustainable.  If you’re wondering what you can do for fun that can be enlivening and restorative, you might consider dance as one possibility of having fun that could fit the bill.
  • Patience is a Practice, Not a Virtue
    Thank goodness patience is something that I can work on. Not something that some people are blessed with and others don’t have. The challenges that come with being a small business owner and “starting up” are varied, frustrating, and often incredibly surprising. We can get exactly the right advice, feedback, or support we need, but we still have to go through the emotions and the stressors ourselves
  • How to Stop Fighting
    Want to stop fighting? Have you ever been in an “almost car accident?” You almost got sideswiped. Someone was in your blind spot and you just missed that van. Maybe you were stopped at a light and the person behind you wasn’t paying attention and stopped just in time.
  • A Quick Guide to Content Creation
    We’re going to go through some strategies here that are going to help you come up with ways that will actually help you create content quickly while also serving your audience.

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