And just like that, we have hit the halfway mark to 2020! Its definitely been the most unpredictable, life-changing year and we have had to adapt like never before. But still, onwards we push! The world may have slowed down a bit but we are hoping that you are finding new ways to grow your business and that we can help you along the journey.
In May we had a look at teletherapy, outsourcing, how to keep a full caseload and we had some phenomenal guests on the podcast who shared so much valuable information.
Its May and you’re starting to realize that quarantine is the new way of life. You’re finally familiar with your teletherapy tech, found just the right spot in your house where your internet mostly functions reliably. Maybe, if you’re really lucky, your clients are starting to get with the program and are showing up on time, remembering to put on pants, and have stopped walking around with you in their hand. Most people couldn’t have anticipated we were going to be working from home full-time for months. Maybe you weren’t prepared for your clients seeing into your home, or having to throw your cats off the computer every few minutes.
The idea of maintaining a practice during a pandemic may seem like an oxymoron right? COVID-19 has been a deathblow to many businesses, but hopefully, with some of these tips, your business won’t be one of them. I would like to share with you in this article some of the actions I have taken to maintain a full caseload through this crisis. I will also be sharing a few tips that have work for some of my colleagues. Hopefully, these tips will be helpful for you as well.
You’re thinking about starting a group practice, and you’re wondering how you are going to do all of the start-up tasks to get the practice up and running, on top of your already-full schedule. You know that you want to hire another clinician or two because your caseload is full and you’re turning clients away. It just makes sense at this point for your practice to expand so that you can have a larger impact on clients without seeing them all yourself, and for the supposedly “passive” income that you receive from others seeing clients under your practice’s umbrella. However, you need a place to start, and you know that you cannot do everything. You need to outsource some processes and tasks to someone else for a group practice to be successful.
A Single Guy Made a Documentary About Marriage. The Truth About Marriage with Roger Nygard | PoP 453
What can a single guy teach us about marriage? What is the secret to happiness? How can we make small changes that will radically improve our relationships?
In this podcast episode, Joe Sanok speaks Roger Nygard about his documentary “The Truth about Marriage”.
Can you have a thriving practice and still pursue other passions? What tools can you use to build your ideal practice? How can you simplify your goals in order to reduce the fear of going for them?
In this podcast episode, Joe Sanok speaks with Dr. Morgan Oaks about ways to build your ideal practice and his Synergy of Success system.
Are you considering starting a practice? What can intensives do for you and your clients? How can you improve your practice by investing in yourself?
In this podcast episode, Joe Sanok speaks with Ryan Russ about creating intensives and starting a practice.
Why is it important to make sure that your business is investable? What is is the idea of resistance and how has the education system failed us? How can you create a minimum viable product?
In this podcast episode, Joe Sanok speaks with Duff Gardner about start-up thinking.
Theresa Leskowat, Dawn Brunkenhoefer, and Jenny Emerson Met a Year’s Worth of Goals in Three Months | PoP 457
Have you set goals for yourself in your practice? How can you go about achieving these goals? Who are the people who can help you get there quicker?
In this podcast episode, Joe Sanok speaks to Theresa Leskowat, Dawn Brunkenhoefer, and Jenny Emerson about meeting a year’s worth of goals within 3 months.
Are you an entrepreneur or business owner? Has your business ever had a negative impact on your family life? How can you use your business to empower your family and have your family provide a reason for the business?
In this podcast episode, Joe Sanok speaks to Adam & Kerry Anderson about their entrepreneurial journey over the last 14 years, how it nearly destroyed their family, and how they overcame it.
What are featured snippets on Google? Do you know what the different types of online traffic are and where they come from? How can you optimize your content for online searches?
In this podcast episode, Joe Sanok speaks to Fernando Angulo about how to create featured snippets for Google.
Do you want to be a woman of impact? Are you a man who wants to help women embrace their magnificence? What can you do to push yourself to be your best self?
In this podcast episode, Joe Sanok speaks to Andrea Woolf on being a woman of impact.
Before You Go…
- Lori Gottlieb is a Current NYT Bestseller of ‘Maybe You Should Talk to Someone’
These are snippets from a podcast episode with Lori Gottlieb – listen to the full episode here.
- Rock Thomas Wants You To Redefine Your Life
These are snippets from a podcast episode with Rock Thomas – listen to the full episode here.
- [A Summary] Of Getting Things Done with David Allen
These are snippets taken from a podcast episode with David Allen. Listen to the full episode here.
- Dr. Marie Fang is Helping You Build Private Practice Skills
These are snippets from a podcast episode with Dr.Marie Fang – listen to the full episode here.