The world of Private Practice comes with its many ups and down, and when you're navigating those choppy waters alone, it can get pretty tough… …but what about if you had a partner to ride those waves alongside you? This episode of ‘Under the hood' features business partners Deborah Clark, Au.D and Jane Baxter, Au.D. from Pacific Hearing Service in California, as they discuss how they both joined forces to build a thriving audiology practice, and what struggles they've faced along the way. With eye-opening insights into how the pair manage the office culture, including an interesting peak into the prominence they put on their staff's personality styles, how they deal with difficult employee conversations, as well as how they deal with each other, this is truly a “must-hear” episode. So, sit back, plug in and enjoy this candid discussion between these 3 refreshingly honest Private Practice owners.
In this episode, you're going to learn about some expert tips on accounting and bookkeeping to help you set up a strong financial foundation for your private practice. As a private practice owner, you may often focus on the clinical side of your business, providing quality care to your clients and helping them on their journey to wellness. However, it's crucial not to overlook the financial aspects of running a private practice. It may not be sexy, but accounting, bookkeeping, and tax management are essential components of a successful business, and neglecting them can lead to unnecessary stress and financial difficulties down the line. In this episode, I speak with Andrew Riesen, co-founder of Heard, a platform that offers accounting and bookkeeping services for clinicians in private practice. Andrew shares valuable insights and advice on accounting and tax-related matters that are often overlooked by small business owners. He emphasizes the importance of separating personal and business finances, setting aside money for taxes, and tracking income and expenses. Andrew also discusses various deductions that clinicians can take advantage of, such as professional development expenses, home office deductions, and retirement contributions. He highlights the significance of planning for time off and taking care of mental health as a business owner. Andrew also provides an overview of the services offered by Heard, including software, reporting, and access to a team of professionals who can provide guidance and support throughout the year. In This Episode, You'll Learn: The importance of separating your business accounts from your personal accounts How much should you save for taxes? Some expenses you maybe didn't realize you could write off on your taxes Lessons I (Daniel) have learned from working with my own accountant Some of the accounting nuances therapists think about when setting up a private practice Retirement Accounts and why you should be thinking about retirement now How to plan for PTO in your business so that you can avoid burnout and feeling guilty about time off
In this episode sponsored by the Young Physicians Committee, Dr. Matt Conti hosts a discussion with Drs. Bruce Cohen and Buck Smith focused on tips and pearls to succeed in private practice. For additional educational resources, visit: https://aofas.org Looking for CME? AOFAS Podcast CME only on the ConveyMED Podcast App: Apple Store click here Google Play click here
LaDonna Carey is a Senior Psychological Examiner in Tennessee. LaDonna created a group for women who are healing from betrayal trauma called Gathering Our Hearts, has continuing education programs for therapists related to betrayal trauma, and is hosting a retreat for therapists in Hilton SC this October called Navigating the Storm: A Healers Role in Betrayal Trauma Recovery. Join us in a deep dive with LaDonna Carey as we explore the profound impact of betrayal trauma in therapy sessions. Discover how betrayal can shatter trust, disrupt attachment, and leave individuals grappling with profound loss and confusion. Gain insights into the urgent need for therapists to equip themselves with the knowledge and skills to address this often-overlooked form of trauma. Uncover the complexities of healing from betrayal trauma, from navigating the aftermath to rebuilding trust, and the crucial role of empathy, understanding attachment styles, and open dialogue in the process. Don't miss this eye-opening journey into the world of betrayal trauma and its significance in the therapy room. Resources Mentioned In This Episode: Use the promo code "GORDON" to get 2 months of Therapy Notes free The PsychCraft Network Launch Club (use code: PLCFALL2023) The Practice of Therapy Community LaDonna's Website Betrayal Recovery Center Email LaDonna: Contact@LaDonnaCarey.com Book Club LaDonna on Facebook Join LaDonna at the oceanside retreat in Hilton Head, SC, where you can 'Earn CEUs by the Sea!'
Ever felt overshadowed by nutrition influencers, despite your deeper expertise? Diet pills and quick-fix solutions are gaining popularity, with influencers raving about their "miracle" effects, often without any scientific basis.They've cracked a code that's about more than just smoothie bowls and fancy salads. TIMESTAMPS00:00 - Intro04:40 - 3 Key Reasons Influencers are beating you06:30 - #1: Daily power Strategy 12:35 - #2: Content hacks18:09 - #3: Mindset shifts they mastered This episode is a live recording of a training in our FREE Facebook group “Business Growth Secrets for Health Pros and Wellness Coaches.” If you are an RD, RD2B or nutrition coach interested in learning more about how you can start and grow your nutrition business, we'd like to invite you to join us in our Facebook group where you can receive additional resources and trainings to help you on your journey. Click the link to join: https://thepracticerevolution.co/groupoAdditional information:If you are tired of trying to figure out this game of business, marketing, and sales, all on your own, and you are ready to just implement what's already proven to work, rather than reinventing the wheel, schedule a COMPLIMENTARY game plan call with us by heading over to the link below right now and there you will find over $7,000 worth of trainings, resources, and coaching available only for our followers of this show.https://thepracticerevolution.co/gameplanpStay up to date with The Practice Revolution for upcoming events by following us on Instagram @thepracticerevolutionhttps://www.instagram.com/thepracticerevolution/
It's no secret physician private prqctice ownership is at an all-time low. It takes out of the box thinking to survive and thrive in today's medical climate, and that's why it was imperative to have my next guest onto the podcast. Andy Greider is an innovative healthcare entrepreneur whose company, Healthcare Evolution Group, has successfully created multiple turnkey solutions that helps doctors meet Medicare compliance, boost patient engagement, and increase revenue. After listening to this episode you will discover new income streams most can add to their own practice, while learning alternative revenue sources behind traditional healthcare services. Don't miss this one! Learn More About Healthcare Evolution Group (Affiliate link): https://www.healthcareevolutiongroup.com/bootstrapmd SUBSCRIBE TO OUR FREE NEWSLETTER - THE LOUNGE: Get your weekly dose of tech trends, investment tips, and entrepreneurial insights designed for the ambitious physician! https://www.bootstrapmd.com/thelounge Our Podcast Sponsor:Doc 2 Doc Lending - Affordable loans for the busy forward-thinking physician https://www.bootstrapmd.com/doc2doc PhysicianCoaches.com The #1 Doctor Directory for Physician Coaches, Consultants, and Mentors https://www.PhysicianCoaches.com
Learn about the masculine and feminine energies that we all embody in our life and in our businesses, know how to identify them and then understand what to do next in order to receive increasing amounts of income / revenue / money into your heart-centred private practice.
How do you build an optometry practice to multiple locations? How do you establish a great culture?In this rewind of a popular 2022 episode, Dr. Andy Yaryan, owner of Yaryan Eye Care Center, joins Evon to talk about how he purchased an optometry practice right out of college, grew it to three locations, and how he reviews the health of the practice. He also talks about how important culture is to a practice and how he evaluates culture. Finally, he reveals how important coaching was to taking his practice to the next level.It was a fun conversation learning from his 10+ years experience of owning a practice. There's a lot to learn for any practice owner wondering how to take their business to the next level.Have questions on anything discussed or want to have topics or questions featured on the show? Send Evon an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.Check out www.optometrywealth.com to get to know more about Evon, his financial planning firm Optometry Wealth Advisors, and how he helps ODs nationwide. From there, you can schedule a short Intro call to share what's on your mind and learn how Evon helps ODs master their cash flow, build their net worth, and monitor the ongoing health of their finances. Resources Mentioned in the Show:Yaryan Eye Care CenterPractice Coach - The Scheduling InstituteFacebook - Andy YaryanThe Optometry Money Podcast is dedicated to helping optometrists make better decisions around their money, careers, and practices. The show is hosted by Evon Mendrin, CFP®, CSLP®, owner of Optometry Wealth Advisors, a financial planning firm just for optometrists nationwide.
To skip straight to our Recap, start at: 10:53 A reminder: We are a Private Practice SPOILER-FREE podcast, but we are NOT a Grey's Anatomy spoiler-free podcast. Anything that has aired in current Grey's is something that we will possibly be talking about. Proceed with caution if you are not caught up on that series. To support the people who make your favorite shows, please consider donating to the SAG-AFTRA Emergency Financial Assistance Fund, WGA Emergency Assistance Fund, and/or the Entertainment Community Fund (formerly The Actor's Fund) Emergency Fund if you are financially able. You can find Sam online @samanthagharris You can find Sarrah online @sickkidchemist You can find Melessie online at @melessieclark and @Melessieee We would love for you to join the BHAB Podcast community on Patreon at www.patreon.com/bhabpodcast (you can receive really cool perks at the different levels!) or support us by leaving us a rating and review on Apple Podcasts and Spotify! Questions? Comments? Feel free to DM us @bhabpodcast or email us at email@example.com We'll be back in two weeks with our next Private Practice recap! USA Listeners, Register to vote! Buy Sam's book here! Photography by Chancelor Humphrey Theme Music, Podcast Management, and Graphic Design by SH Creative TGIT!
Have you been getting offers from buyers for your private practice? What should you do now to make it easier to sell in the future, should you decide to? How can you make sure you get the most value out of your hard work over the years? In this podcast episode, Joe Sanok speaks about […] The post How to Value Your Private Practice Before You Sell | POP 907 appeared first on How to Start, Grow, and Scale a Private Practice| Practice of the Practice.
Have you wondered about when to take your business to the next level or when it's worth it in the US to become an S-corp? Linzy talks with Andrew Riesen of Heard, an all-in-one financial solution for therapists in private practice. They discuss a vital step all private practice owners should take when it comes to their business and how to take that step.Andrew talks specifically about what it looks like to become an S-corp and the pros and cons of making that decision. Linzy and Andrew dig into specific ballpark numbers that might indicate it's time to consider whether it's worth it to make a change in your business. Be sure to tune in to hear the practical tips for private practice owners.Connect with AndrewFind tools and resources from Andrew and his team at: joinheard.com or follow them @joinheardincFor a full transcript of the episode and much more, check out the blog post on our website!A Recommendation from LinzyI'm excited to share that my good friend, therapist Maegan Megginson, and acting & performance coach Tom O'Brien, are launching a new 10-week program, Performance Alchemy. Public speaking is the single most effective way to reach more people, grow your audience, and have more impact. But to do it, you need to turn your performance anxiety into unshakeable confidence. If you want to network with confidence, record powerful and authentic content, give compelling media interviews, and deliver live workshops that keep people on the edge of their seats, this is the course for you. Check out the details over here.
Let's talk about how long it will take to build a private practice up to the stage where you can release your paid employment! Also, did you know that PP101 walks you through how to calculate the costs of transitioning from paid work to pp and a map to transition? If you'd like to know more about PP101, please contact me on Instagram @theprivatepracticecoach or visit my website: brooklynstorme.com
Join Carmen Fong, a colorectal surgeon, as she shares her journey through the world of medicine. Carmen's experiences highlight the challenges women face in academic medicine, from gender disparities to work-life balance. We delve into her decision to transition to private practice, explore the impact of the pandemic on her career, and discuss the broader issues of gender equity within the medical field. Carmen Fong is a colorectal surgeon. She discusses the KevinMD article, "I am one of those women who left academic medicine." The Podcast by KevinMD is brought to you by the Nuance Dragon Ambient eXperience. With a growing physician shortage, increasing burnout, and declining patient satisfaction, a dramatic change is needed to make health care more efficient and effective and bring back the joy of practicing medicine. AI-driven ambient clinical intelligence promises to help by revolutionizing patient and provider experiences with clinical documentation that writes itself. The Nuance Dragon Ambient eXperience, or DAX for short, is a voice-enabled, ambient clinical intelligence solution that automatically captures patient encounters securely and accurately at the point of care. Physicians who use DAX have reported a 50 percent decrease in documentation time and a 70 percent reduction in feelings of burnout, and 83 percent of patients say their physician is more personable and conversational. Rediscover the joy of medicine with clinical documentation that writes itself, all within the EHR. VISIT SPONSOR → https://nuance.com/daxinaction SUBSCRIBE TO THE PODCAST → https://www.kevinmd.com/podcast RECOMMENDED BY KEVINMD → https://www.kevinmd.com/recommended GET CME FOR THIS EPISODE → https://earnc.me/WMrdKi Powered by CMEfy.
This week on Wild Medicine, Dr. Peris welcomes us back to a new season of the podcast. She reflects on the lessons she received this summer including the beauty of cyclical living and embracing the feminine power. Dr. Peris also shares her journey of trusting the seasons of life, providing us with the five key areas to consider when setting intentions for new seasons and how asking the right questions can bring you significantly closer to your desires. Tune in for tips on how to take an honest assessment of where we are making things difficult, how to invite in more self-compassion and a reminder that what is meant for you won't miss you. Join Us. Apply to Dr. Peris' Private Practice The Wild Collective Waitlist Empowered Tween (Mom & Daughter) Program Join The Inner Circle. (Canadian Link. American Link) Cyclical Living Guide 7 Essential Test Guide The Wild News
Congratulations, you've completed your rheumatology fellowship! Armed with the knowledge, skills and passion for treating complex rheumatic disease you're set to go off into the world and help those who need your set of skills most. So... How do you do that? Our next guest, Dr. Sunil Abraham joins us to unpack and demystify this next challenge in your career – from his experience. We discuss the various ways of practicing rheumatology, from academic to clinical, as well as the organizational models of hospital-based groups, community practices, and private practices and the financial risks and benefits of partnership!
Diana S. Rice is the founder and owner of Through the Valley Therapy, a private practice in South Florida where she offers compassionate and personalized mental health services. In this episode, we delve into the critical topic of teen mental health after tragedy. Mental Health After Tragedy & Other Private Practice Challenges features Diana S. Rice, a seasoned therapist with firsthand experience working with adolescents who have faced traumatic events. Her insights shed light on the vital role of support and mental health resources for young individuals navigating challenging circumstances. Shifting gears, we also dive into the unique challenges private practice owners face, including the absence of business education in therapy training programs. Diana and Gordon candidly discuss the delicate balance required to navigate a successful private practice. They address the interplay between personal beliefs, such as the Christian faith, and the demands of running a thriving therapeutic business. Resources Mentioned In This Episode: Use the promo code "GORDON" to get 2 months of Therapy Notes free The PsychCraft Network Launch Club (use code: PLCFALL2023) The Practice of Therapy Community Diana's Website Diana on LinkedIn Diana on Instagram
In this episode, join Catherine Moore, LCSW and the unstoppable Christina Broderick-Royes, LSW, as they unveil the upcoming world of social work entrepreneurship! Discover how to harness your social work skills to shift into a role as a consultant, trainer, or coach outside the traditional private practice realm. Get ready for a mind-expanding journey into the world of possibilities where social workers rise to new heights – you won't want to miss it! Social Work Entrepreneurship Summit Learn more here. ____________________________________ Tap Here to Subscribe to the Social Workers, Rise! Email Resource List Tap Here to shop career building courses for Social Workers ____________________________________ Thank you to our SPONSORS RISE Directory - A national directory of Clinical Supervisors who are looking to help the next generation of Clinical Social Workers GROW. Therapist Development Center (TDC) Homepage TDC Continuing Education Courses On The Edge of Life: An Introduction to Treating Suicidality Use the code SWRISE10 at checkout to receive 10% off --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/socialwork/support
Joe Ogden, host, sits down to talk with Scott Coonen, Physical Therapist, and Clinical Manager at the Fox Point Freedom Physical Therapy Services. We get to know Scott and learn more about his passion for helping others achieve more FREEDOM and how his role at Freedom PT has changed over the years.
Suffering from early career burnout? This is something that many overworked SLPs are suffering from, and private practice may be the answer. In this episode of Private Practice Success Stories, Laura and Adrianne share how they started their private practices after overcoming burnout. They both share where they get their referrals from, what types of clients they see, and whether they are generalists or specializing in certain populations. If you've been thinking about starting a private practice and want to see how other folks are doing it, this episode is for you! Laura and Adrianne are the hosts of The SLP Book Club podcast. Each month, they carefully select amazing books that speech therapists might not have the time to read and discuss them on their podcast chapter by chapter. They create and post free resources to accompany the books, allowing SLPs to immediately use the information they've learned with their caseloads.Laura began her career in public schools, working as a contracted employee in a very large school district for six years. Outrageously high caseload numbers and unrealistic expectations led to complete burnout in her fourth year. A switch to part-time proved to be more manageable, but she ultimately decided to open her private practice in 2021 after discovering the Start Your Private Practice course. Her private practice, Springboard Speech Therapy, provides support to preschoolers who stutter and their families in the Los Angeles area. In addition to seeing clients in their homes, Laura creates digital and printable materials for other speech therapists in her TPT store, Laura G SLP.Adrianne has spent much of her career working in public schools with grades K-12. She enjoys helping children as both an in-person therapist and a teletherapist. In 2021 she opened her private speech therapy practice, Say Hello Speech Therapy, in Orange County, California. She has a special interest in articulation/speech sound disorders and is extensively trained in UCLA's PEERS program for both teens and young adults. She is especially enthusiastic about empowering parents to be the best advocates and speech coaches possible for their children. Adrianne currently balances motherhood, working full-time as a teletherapist, hosting a podcast, and seeing private practice clients.In Today's Episode, We Discuss:How the Start program helped Adrianne and Laura start the private practices they dreamed ofHow specializing helps clients come to youThe job satisfaction private practice can bringHow empowering it can be to own your own private practiceThe power of parent coaching and home connection Running your private practice from home and setting your caseload sizesThe freedom you get as a private practice ownerThe truth about burnout among SLPsHow Laura and Adrianne are finding their clientsI hope you enjoyed this episode with Laura and Adrianne! Private practice is all about taking back that control. They didn't switch careers. They just switched to a new job setting- their own, where they are the boss. They set their schedules and their rates and decide which clients to see and how many to see. They literally set their own caseload caps and I'd love to see it!Make sure to check out their podcast, follow them on Instagram, and join their Facebook group! If you would like our help to get set up,...
The challenges that private practice physicians face and solutions from the American Medical Association. Sea Chen, MD, physician director of the Practice Sustainability Group at the AMA, discusses how the AMA is helping independent physicians with burnout, practice management and improvement, and learning the business skills to start and grow their practice. AMA CXO Todd Unger hosts.
In this episode, I provide an in depth discussion of how I target market via social media, including selecting platforms, hashtags, and the best times to post. I also share my unique way of target marketing in the community.It may sound strange, but a hobby of mine is reading about business growth strategies. Ever since I started my practice, I scheduled time to learn about marketing, systems, organization, and business planning and growth. It has become a passion of mine, and while I am not a coach, and I don't have a practice growth course to sell, I do love sharing what I know. As a former teacher, this is just part of who I am, and while I have been told not to give so much away for free, I truly enjoy learning from others, sharing what I've learned, and seeing therapists succeed. We deserve to make a good living too, and we can all success together. I'm happy to do my part and share what I've learned with you. My goal for this series is to share from one to clinician to another, the strategies and skills that I have learned through running my practice, my continuing education business, coordinating workshops with hundreds of attendees, building a community, and owning a podcast. I hope you find it helpful, and I'm glad you're here. Interview with Lisa Savinon.This episode does not offer CE credit.Therapeutic Perspective is an NBCC approved CE provider, podcast, virtual clinician community, and more. We provide engaging, evidence based NBCC approved continuing education and current, on trend practice building support and podcast episodes. We also give back to the community by offering a variety of free tools for clinicians, including a free interactive clinician community and free virtual NBCC approved CEs. Get all of our latest news, be the first to know about new episodes, and stay connected with us through our Insta.New to practice or soon to be a practice owner? Check out our All Things Private Practice course.Therapeutic Perspective: Community, Collaboration, & Continuing Education. Check out our website, and here is one easy to save link that has everything we offer.
There are two times in the year that have that 'new start' vibe: January and September, and both are excellent moments for a ‘stocktake' of your private practice. So today, I'm doing a September reset and sharing with 6 ways to refresh your private practice so you start the last quarter with a bang.
Ranesh Ramanathan, co-head of private credit and special situations at Akin, discusses why he decided to return to a law firm after 14 years in-house at Citi and Bain and how he's thought about his career.
In this episode of The Private Practice Elevation Podcast, you'll learn about one of the most important factors that may determine your success in private practice: how you handle your emotions. Most people think they can land on some optimized marketing plan, a system for scaling, or a specific strategy that's going to help them achieve success for their private practice. While those things are all important, if you're unable to handle your emotions and stressful situations successfully, you'll likely sabotage your growth. To be a successful private practice owner requires a deep understanding of human emotions and the ability to navigate them effectively. Starting without your own! This is where emotional intelligence comes into play. Emotional intelligence, often referred to as EQ, is the powerful ingredient that can elevate private practice success to new heights. Private practice professionals, such as doctors, therapists, lawyers, and consultants, face unique challenges in their daily interactions with clients. Building strong relationships, managing client expectations, and providing exceptional service are paramount. These tasks go beyond the technical and clinical skills acquired through education and experience. They require a keen awareness of emotions, both our own and those of our clients, as well as our employees, and the ability to harness that awareness to make informed decisions and cultivate meaningful connections. Today we're talking with Jamey Schrier all about how you can become more self-aware and grow in your emotional intelligence - and why it's crucial to your private practice success. As Jamey says: “How you handle yourself under stress will determine your success as a private practice owner.” In This Episode, You'll Learn: Why working harder is not the answer to achieving private practice success How emotional intelligence - how to handle emotions Why emotional intelligence is a more important factor to you your success than what you know as a therapist Tips for increasing your self-awareness - the first step for increasing your emotional intelligence A simple exercise to help you understand the things that trigger you Jamey's “10-second pause” exercise that will help you be more present with the clients and people around you Tips to be more socially-aware so that you can recognize the emotions and challenges in others so that you can handle challenging situations calmly and successfully How emotional intelligence can help you develop better relationships with referral partners and grow your business Steps for dealing with negative self-talk so you can move past your own barriers and grow your business Simple tips to reducing your schedule so you can focus on yourself and the tasks that matter Links mentioned in this episode: Practice Freedom U Take The Practice Quiz Emotional Intelligence 2.0 - Book (affiliate link)
“Has it been extra challenging to sell group programs lately?” “How do I figure out what niche to choose and what program to create?” “When is it the right time for Facebook or Instagram ads?” I ran a free and open coaching call recently for everyone in our audience, including podcast listeners, clients, and email subscribers. A record number of folks submitted questions, and I spent over an hour riffing on a bunch of them. We had such a great response from the attendees that I decided to share the entire call recording with you. You'll hear my answers to the questions above and more, including: My program isn't selling. Is it priced too high? How do I take a break from my business for a big life circumstance? Is it OK to post or send emails sporadically? Or should I do it consistently or not at all? How much of an expert do I have to be in my topic area? How much of an ROI do you get from social media? Is it a good idea to start a program with a friend? Do I have to get my private practice stable before I start a program? What if some things in my program were influenced by the work of others? How do I carve out time for following through with creative ideas if I'm overwhelmed and exhausted by my caseload? Show notes at https://rebeltherapist.me/podcast/208
How is digital marketing with a directory a time and money saver for business owners? What are the benefits of digital marketing in the digital age? How can you create a stellar directory profile? In this podcast episode, Joe Sanok speaks about the essentials for the best private practice directory profile with Martamaria Hamilton. Podcast […] The post Essentials for the best private practice directory profile Marta Hamilton | POP 904 appeared first on How to Start, Grow, and Scale a Private Practice| Practice of the Practice.
Learn how to sell $10,000 packages in your business with Jodi Franklin, CHC, AFMC. Jodi has been in the health and wellness industry for over 25 years. She had an autoimmune skin disease she suffered with for many years before going into remission through extensive research, dietary changes, targeted nutritional supplement and lifestyle changes. Jodi managed and consulted in the wellness industry and taught group fitness classes on the side. She is a multi-six-figure functional medicine health coach and she will be joining us as a guest speaker to reveal the secrets of her successful business. TIMESTAMPS:00:00 - Intro00:59 - Our special guest and her story09:06 - How she came about up with charging $10k?18:08 - The mistakes she made early on in her business. 21:24 - Check out her Free Course and the 'School'. 33:59 - Starting a second career after 40, learn what worked to her advantage.36:24 - Take the Self pace 'Headache and Migraine Class' here >>> Free SAFM Headache Course >>> https://schoolafm.com/headache-mini-clinical-course/...The School of Applied Functional Medicine link to apply >>> https://schoolafm.com/our-program/?ap_id=aff2023sa42:12 - Catch Jodi on her website and if you have any questions for her at www.JodiFranklin.com This episode is a live recording of a training in our FREE Facebook group “Business Growth Secrets for Health Pros and Wellness Coaches.” If you are an RD, RD2B or nutrition coach interested in learning more about how you can start and grow your nutrition business, we'd like to invite you to join us in our Facebook group where you can receive additional resources and trainings to help you on your journey. Click the link to join: https://thepracticerevolution.co/groupoAdditional information:If you are tired of trying to figure out this game of business, marketing, and sales, all on your own, and you are ready to just implement what's already proven to work, rather than reinventing the wheel, schedule a COMPLIMENTARY game plan call with us by heading over to the link below right now and there you will find over $7,000 worth of trainings, resources, and coaching available only for our followers of this show.https://thepracticerevolution.co/gameplanpStay up to date with The Practice Revolution for upcoming events by following us on Instagram @thepracticerevolutionhttps://www.instagram.com/thepracticerevolution/
In the ever-changing entrepreneurship landscape, we often encounter challenging times that put our resilience to the test. One of the fundamental challenges is the sense of control entrepreneurs often struggle to maintain during difficult times. This loss of control can inadvertently lead to heightened anxiety and stress, making it all the more vital to cultivate strategies for effective coping. My guest this week offers valuable perspectives on how entrepreneurs can navigate hurdles with strength, self-awareness, and support. I loved chatting with my good friend Ernesto Segismundo again on the podcast . A few of his many professional identities, Ernesto is an entrepreneur, psychotherapist, group practice owner, and property investor. Passionate about helping mental health professionals, he's inspired many to think and act as creative and innovate change agents. Originally from the island of Kauai, HI, Ernesto worked his way as an influencer in the mental health field, Ernesto hosts summits and conferences in Hawaii, US mainland, Italy and London. He currently resides in Las Vegas, Nevada where he owns multiple investment properties and hosts his Aligned Entrepreneurial Retreats in them. With a delicate balance between personal crises and professional responsibilities, Gordon Brewer and Ernesto Segismundo unravel the intricate web of challenges entrepreneurs face. The lack of control emerges as a central theme as the duo reflects on the unsettling reality of relinquishing authority during difficult times. In a world where entrepreneurs thrive on decision-making and action, this loss of control can trigger anxiety and stress, further complicating the journey through adversity. Tune in as they delve into the profound impact of tough times on mental health. Resources Mentioned In This Episode: Use the promo code "GORDON" to get 2 months of Therapy Notes free The PsychCraft Network Launch Club (use code: PLCFALL2023) The Practice of Therapy Community Ernesto on LinkedIn FYLMIT TPOT 207 CAV Academy Ernesto on YouTube Not Your Typical Psychotherapist Podcast Ernesto on Facebook Ernesto on Instagram
Have you ever wondered how you could use grants to fund your private practice? In this episode of Private Practice Success Stories, I sat down with Anne Marie Flood, a Grow Your Private Practice student to discuss how she did it and now has a thriving private practice. Some cool things that we discussed in the episode include how as a homeschool parent herself, she's been able to attract home schoolers as clients and how hiring a virtual assistant has been a game changer for her practice. If you've been thinking about starting and growing a private practice and want to hear how Anne Marie did it, this is a must listen episode!After 5 years as a Spanish teacher, including earning a master's in Secondary Education, Anne Marie found her passion in the form of Speech Language Pathology. She returned to pursue a master's degree at the University of Maryland following the birth of her oldest children. Between virtual, school-based, and private practice experience, Anne Marie has worked with children with speech and language impairments, and their families, all across the US.Anne Marie founded Play & Thrive Speech Therapy in January 2022 in the hopes of offering families more flexibility and collaboration. She believes in partnering with families to help early learners improve their speech and language skills through play. She currently lives in Arnold MD with her husband. When not in the clinic, she can be found homeschooling her two older kids or running with the youngest in the stroller.In Today's Episode, We Discuss:Anne Marie's journey into speech therapy and private practiceHow to get grants that can help you fund your private practiceThe most under tapped way to get resources for your private practiceThe benefits of offering teletherapy in your businessHow a virtual assistant can take your practice to the next levelWays to get referrals based on the populations you are working withHow Anne Marie tapped into the homeschool populationAnne Marie's latest level up in her private practiceI hope you enjoyed this conversation with Anne Marie as much as I did! I love how she had a goal and she went for it. Like with the grant, for example, she looked into resources available to business owners in her community, and she applied and she got it. You know what they say, you can't win if you don't play! If you would like to know more about The Grow Your Private Practice Program and how we support growth focused private practitioners like Anne Marie, please visit GrowYourPrivatePractice.com.Whether you want to start a private practice or grow your existing private practice, I can help you get the freedom, flexibility, fulfillment, and financial abundance that you deserve. Visit my website www.independentclinician.com to learn more.Resources Mentioned: Visit Anne Marie's website: https://www.playandthrivespeech.com/Follow Anne Marie on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/playandthrivespeechFollow Anne Marie on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/playandthrivespeech/Where We Can Connect: Follow the Podcast:
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Today's topic is a popular one that affects many people. I'm not ashamed to say that I have struggled with mental health and depression. It's especially important to know how to balance mental health and the challenges of entrepreneurship. Join us for this incredibly open and honest conversation. Our Featured Guest-Rebekah Shackney, LCSWRebekah Shackney has struggled with depression, which runs on both sides of her family. She's here to share her story and how her life and business have been impacted. She will help guide us and share what she has learned in building a successful practice around therapy and DBT groups. If you hear those voices of doubt and fear in your head, join us to hear Rebekah's helpful insight about the delicate dance of managing mental health and the demands of entrepreneurship. Rebekah ShackneyYou'll Learn:● How Rebekah's struggle with genetic depression began● Why one of the worst parts of depression is believing the lies that depression tells you● How motherhood intensified depression for Rebekah as she experienced postpartum depression as she tried to balance work and parenthood● How Rebekah started out in private practice but didn't feel successful or “good enough”● How she was paralyzed by envy of others and their success● How she found the energy and determination to make changes and adjustments● Why Rebekah started a podcast, A Therapist Takes Her Own Advice● How she changed her money mindset to squelch the voices of doubt and fear● Techniques that Rebekah has used to confront fear and get through it● How Rebekah can show up and do what she wants to do in life to serve and help others● How DBT can help people take ownership, accept their situation, and take steps to make changes● Rebekah's #1 piece of advice to clinicians: “Pay for the supervision you need and deserve.”Resources:Want to launch your online course?Please check out our free 7-Day Course Creator Starter Kit For Therapists: https://sellingthecouch.com/coursekitLooking to launch a successful podcast?Please check out our free "Using Podcasting To Grow Your Business" workshop for therapists:https://sellingthecouch.com/podcastingworkshopMentioned in this episode:Need Community Support? Join the MastermindIf you are a seasoned therapist, and you are wanting to move from clinical to online course income, we actually have a specific mastermind for therapists who are doing this. We meet together to build and grow and scale our online courses. You can learn more about that mastermind over at https://sellingthecouch.com/mastermind.If you like what you hear, subscribe to the show!Never miss an episode! Subscribe to the show where ever you listen to your podcast. This will keep you up to date on all the latest releases and news going on in the STC world!
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In this rewind of a popular 2022 episode, Dr. Larry Golson joins Evon to talk all about how Gino Wickman's book Traction and the Entrepreneurial Operating System can help take optometry practices to the next level. Larry is the owner of Envision Eyecare and Sherpa Consulting. He brings so much experience having cold-started his own practice, implementing Traction on his own, and now helping other practice owners do the same.Whether you're just cold-starting or well on your way in practice ownership, an operating system like Traction can be a phenomenal guide and roadmap to help to manage and grow your business.Have questions on anything discussed or want to have topics or questions featured on the show? Send Evon an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.Check out www.optometrywealth.com to get to know more about Evon, his financial planning firm Optometry Wealth Advisors, and how he helps ODs nationwide. From there, you can schedule a short Intro call to share what's on your mind and learn how Evon helps ODs master their cash flow, build their net worth, and plan purposefully around their money and their practices. Resources mentioned in the show:RoB: How I Gained "Traction" to Spur 30% Year-Over-Year Practice GrowthEnvision Innovative EyecareSherpa ConsultingTraction by Gino WickmanVOSH InternationalThe Optometry Money Podcast is dedicated to helping optometrists make better decisions around their money, careers, and practices. The show is hosted by Evon Mendrin, CFP®, CSLP®, owner of Optometry Wealth Advisors, a financial planning firm just for optometrists nationwide.
To skip straight to our Recap, start at: 5:20 A reminder: We are a Private Practice SPOILER-FREE podcast, but we are NOT a Grey's Anatomy spoiler-free podcast. Anything that has aired in current Grey's is something that we will possibly be talking about. Proceed with caution if you are not caught up on that series. To support the people who make your favorite shows, please consider donating to the SAG-AFTRA Emergency Financial Assistance Fund, WGA Emergency Assistance Fund, and/or the Entertainment Community Fund (formerly The Actor's Fund) Emergency Fund if you are financially able. You can find Sam online @samanthagharris Find Sharae on Instagram, Facebook, Youtube, IMDB, and her website You can find Melessie online at @melessieclark and @Melessieee Sharaé's Recommendations: Queen Charlotte Run The World (featuring “Melanie” from this episode of Private Practice!) We would love for you to join the BHAB Podcast community on Patreon at www.patreon.com/bhabpodcast (you can receive really cool perks at the different levels!) or support us by leaving us a rating and review on Apple Podcasts and Spotify! Listen to Private Practice Alum Tom Verica and Betsey Beers talk on the Official Queen Charlotte Podcast! Questions? Comments? Feel free to DM us @bhabpodcast or email us at email@example.com We'll be back in two weeks with our next Private Practice recap! USA Listeners, Register to vote! Buy Sam's book here! Photography by Chancelor Humphrey Theme Music, Podcast Management, and Graphic Design by SH Creative TGIT!
In this podcast Dr. Anna Yusim (Yale) tells the story of how she went from being in the scientific world, not at all being spiritual, to it being a large part of her career. In fact, she's creating a Spirituality & Mental Health Center at Yale, and her intuition played a huge part in that unfolding for her. Dr. Anna Yusim is the best selling author of the book Fulfilled: How the Science of Spirituality Can Help You Live a Happier, More Meaningful Life. Anna's story is incredibly inspiring and really helps to tie all the spiritual and scientific pieces together. Connect with Dr. Anna Yusim:Dr. Anna Yusim is an internationally-recognized, award-winning Board-Certified, Stanford- and Yale-educated Psychiatrist & Executive Coach with a Private Practice in New York City and Connecticut. She is best-selling author of Fulfilled: How the Science of Spirituality Can Help You Live a Happier, More Meaningful Life. On the Clinical Faculty at Yale Medical School, Dr. Yusim is presently creating a Spirituality & Mental Health Center at Yale. With clients including Forbes 500 CEOs, Olympic athletes, A-list actors and actresses, and the Chairs of academic departments at top universities, Dr. Anna Yusim has helped over 3000 people in 70 countries achieve greater impact, purpose, and joy in their life and work.Website: https://www.annayusim.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/annayusim/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/annayusimmd/Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/DrAnnaYusimLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/annayusim/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/annayusimmdJOIN THE CAMP FUEL BOOK CLUB: https://calendly.com/aliciawood/camp-fuel-book-clubWe start October 11th at 4pm ET For more info click here: FAQWork with Alicia: Book a 30 minute Intuition Call $50 HERE walk away with the ability to get a YES / NO answer from your intuition by the end of the session. (1 x only) Book a 90 minute Healing Session $350 HERE Book a 1 Hour Intuitive Guidance Call $350 HERE Not sure what would be best for you, book a consult with Alicia HERE. Instagram: @alicia.rose.wood Tik Tok: @alicia.rose.wood Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Audio Editing & Music provided by: Jordan Wood: www.instagra...
Welcome Dr. Nicole Freels to this episode of She's a DPM! In this episode we discuss Dr. Freels experiencing building her own private practice Lexington Podiatry, growing your business, entrepreneurship, building presence on social media, creating Modern Podiatrist Company and much more! Social Media: IG: @lexingtonpodiatryTik Tok: @lexingtonpodiatryYoutube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfLWtzCQtDJ6X9GzWAUzc2wWebsite: https://www.lexingtonkypodiatry.com/Modern Podiatrist:https://www.modernpodiatrist.comIG: @modernpodiatrist https://www.instagram.com/modernpodiatrist/Email: email@example.comHaven't listened to the podcast yet? Check out the link in bio or find it anywhere you listen to podcasts! Please, rate and subscribe
Katie Quinn Lowes is an American actress and theater director. She was born in Queens, New York, and studied drama at the Tisch School of the Arts at NYU. She is best known for her role as Quinn Perkins in the ABC political drama series Scandal and her portrayal of Rachael DeLoache Williams in the Netflix drama series Inventing Anna. She has guest-starred in many television shows including Sopranos, Without A Trace, NCIS, Ghost Whisperer, Castle, Leverage, The Closer, Grey's Anatomy, and Private Practice, and a number of films: The Job, Bear, and Cafe. She also appeared on Broadway in the show Waitress. In addition to her film, television, and Broadway roles, she is a co-founder and director of IAMA Theater Company in Los Angeles. For many years, she had a weekly podcast called Katie's Crib, a Shondaland Audio production, and has recently started co-hosting Unpacking the Toolbox with Guillermo Diaz. Instagram: @ktqlowes Twitter: @KatieQLowes ________________________________________________________________________________________ Chart Your Career Instagram: @chartyourcareerpodcast To connect with the hosts, visit: Heidi Rose Robbins, Astrologer & Poet: heidirose.com Ellen Fondiler, Career & Business Strategist: ellenfondiler.com
Glenna Mauldin, DVM, MS, Diplomate ACVIM (Oncology and Nutrition), and her team provide guidance and support for clinical research activities within Thrive Pet Healthcare, including research project design, execution, standards, and regulations. Dr Mauldin received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. She completed a rotating internship and residency in medical oncology at The Animal Medical Center in New York, and a residency and master's degree in nutrition at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York. She is board certified by the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine in both oncology and nutrition. Before joining Thrive Pet Healthcare in early 2022, Dr Mauldin was Director of Clinical Research for PetCure Oncology. She has practiced veterinary medical oncology and nutrition for over 30 years in both private practice and academic settings, including The Animal Medical Center in New York, Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and VCA Western Veterinary Specialist and Emergency Centre in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Dr Mauldin has authored over 75 peer reviewed publications, book chapters, and scientific abstracts. She lectures frequently at regional, national, and international meetings.
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Me too. If you're wondering what it takes to own your medical practice, it's not as crazy as it seems. You can do hard things, owning a business is a little easier than medical training. It's just different but totally worth it if you want to own your time and your income. Hate working with insurance? Take the next step to reclaim your freedom https://www.teadpm.com/coaching-consulting Not ready? Watch this free webinar https://www.teadpm.com/optin
Me too. If you're wondering what it takes to own your medical practice, it's not as crazy as it seems. You can do hard things, owning a business is a little easier than medical training. It's just different but totally worth it if you want to own your time and your income. Hate working with insurance? Take the next step to reclaim your freedom https://www.teadpm.com/coaching-consulting Not ready? Watch this free webinar https://www.teadpm.com/optin
The beauty of being your own boss is that you make the rules.You decide which type of clients you want to work with.You work with clients in your own unique ways.And you determine how much you make.Now this last one can either help you or hurt you.Most entrepreneurs we speak to are severely under charging for their services.And you might think that charging less will get you more clients.But that's actually not the case.Not only does charging on the low end not only do you a disservice.It does your clients a greater disservice as well.A part of you might know that's true.But another part of you still struggles to increase your prices, am I right?Now you might be thinking.If I did increase my prices...How do I know when I should raise my prices? When is the right time to do it?Want to get the answers to these questions and more? TIMESTAMPS:00:00 - Intro02:53 - What are you current rates right now? What does the look like?04:35 - Sign #1: You Can Feel it.07:36 - Sign #2 : Your competitors are charging more than you.17:32 - Sign #3 : The Math does not add up24:47 - Sign #4 : You are selling like hotcakes. 27:47 - Sign #5 : You have been in business for atleast 1 yr with the same rate. This episode is a live recording of a training in our FREE Facebook group “Build Your Online Busines | For Dietitians & Certified Nutrition Coaches.” If you are an RD, RD2B or nutrition coach interested in learning more about how you can start and grow your nutrition business, we'd like to invite you to join us in our Facebook group where you can receive additional resources and trainings to help you on your journey. Click the link to join: https://thepracticerevolution.co/groupoAdditional information:If you are tired of trying to figure out this game of business, marketing, and sales, all on your own, and you are ready to just implement what's already proven to work, rather than reinventing the wheel, schedule a COMPLIMENTARY game plan call with us by heading over to the link below right now and there you will find over $7,000 worth of trainings, resources, and coaching available only for our followers of this show.https://thepracticerevolution.co/gameplanpStay up to date with The Practice Revolution for upcoming events by following us on Instagram @thepracticerevolutionhttps://www.instagram.com/thepracticerevolution/
As a successful group therapy practice owner herself, Jessica Tappana understands the importance of marketing your practice and getting your name out to the right potential clients. A well-ranking website has been Jessica's number one marketing tool for her Columbia, MO counseling practice. In the podcast episode, Jessica Tappana delves into the application of artificial intelligence (AI) and ChatGPT in private practice. She highlights the potential use of ChatGPT in creating templates for clinical notes and streamlining the session writing process. Additionally, Jessica discusses how ChatGPT can generate alternative phrasing ideas for clients. However, she emphasizes the importance of remaining vigilant against biased information and conducting thorough scans of the output. Also, Jessica acknowledges that not all clients may be suitable for therapy involving ChatGPT, as discernment skills are crucial. Tune in as we touch on the utilization of AI in blog writing and other areas within the field. Resources Mentioned In This Episode: Simplified SEO Consulting Use the promo code "GORDON" to get 2 months of Therapy Notes free The Practice of Therapy Podcast Workshop Focus Group The PsychCraft Network Launch Club The Practice of Therapy Community Launch Club (use code: PLCFALL2023)
Impostor Syndrome, Small Business Startup Fears, And All Things Private Practice. This episode touches on all of these things and more. During Episode 100 of All Things Private Practice, Kelley Stevens, LMFT of "The Private Practice Pro" and I reflect back on our Private Practice Startup Journeys. We discuss: How to choose your niche and attract your ideal clients Our own impostor syndrome stories and struggles, and how we worked through them How to show up in the content creation space, and how to monetize your therapy skills The things that grad school didn't teach us about owning our own businesses Techniques and strategies on how to get started, get out of your own way, and embrace the entrepreneurial journey More about Kelley: Kelley Stevens LMFT is a private practice consultant. She teaches therapists how to launch, build, and expand private practices. You can learn more about her online courses at www.theprivatepracticepro.com. ✨ All Things Private Practice Would Like to Offer Thanks to Our Sponsors: The Receptionist for iPad & Thrizer!
Do you want to leave your good-paying agency that has debt forgiveness in favor of going into private practice? Are you worried this might be the wrong move, financially speaking, given your outstanding loans? Allison shares her thoughts in this week's Ask Allison episode of the podcast. Sponsored by: TherapyNotes®: Use promo code Abundant for 2 months free To check out our free resources, including weekly worksheets, visit https://abundancepracticebuilding.com/links. Why put off success? Join the Abundance Party & get 40% off your first month with promo code BACKTOSCHOOL: https://abundancepracticebuilding.com/abundanceparty.
Welcome back to another episode of "Right Brain Rounds." I'm excited to introduce our special guest today, Dr. Bradley Block. With a wealth of experience as an otolaryngologist in bustling New York City, Dr. Block has insights that all physicians can benefit from, especially those interested in private practice dynamics.Dr. Block runs his own successful private practice, Anti-Allergy Associates, which is one of the largest in the country. He's also the host of "The Physician's Guide to Doctoring" podcast, offering expert advice for medical professionals.In our conversation, Dr. Block shares how his practice's unique approach to partnerships sets it apart. With a focus on achievements rather than buy-ins, the practice fosters a sense of ownership and commitment among its physicians.When discussing the impact of COVID-19, Dr. Block offers insights into how physician-led practices can weather storms differently compared to larger institutions. Their emphasis on supporting employed physicians while managing financial responsibilities proved to be effective.
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Navigating Trauma, Faith, and Rebuilding: A Personal Journey Episode 97 of the podcast features a candid conversation between host Dawn Gabriel and guest Rebecca Gilbert, a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC). In this episode, they delve into Rebecca's unique journey of managing personal trauma and faith while maintaining her private practice. Dawn introduces Rebecca to the podcast, and Rebecca shares her gratitude for the opportunity. They engage in a warm and insightful dialogue, with Rebecca opening up about her experience as a mother, therapist, and business owner. She discusses the challenges she faced when her husband was diagnosed with a rare cancer, which abruptly disrupted her seemingly stable life. More about Rebecca Rebeca Gilbert believes healing happens when our bodies feel safe, seen, and connected. For the past 16 years, she has sought to create pockets of safety for her clients in various settings from court-ordered therapy in rural Mississippi, to group practices in college towns (Go Gators!) to solo private practice. In 2019, after building her dream private practice, her husband was diagnosed with a rare and aggressive cancer and given a 2% chance of survival. Suddenly, the beautiful life that Rebeca had worked so hard to build- being a therapist in solo practice, business owner, wife, and parent of two children under the age of 5 came crashing down. After taking a sabbatical and going back to her own therapy work, Rebeca began to rebuild her private practice with a renewed commitment to serving her clients while prioritizing family time. Today, Rebeca lives with her husband and two elementary-aged kids in the sunshine state juggling the demands of being a mom, wife, caregiver, and dinner maker as well as being a business owner, and holding others' pain for a living. She is honored to share the hope and the messiness of her story with anyone brave enough to listen. Three Key Takeaways: Embracing Raw Authenticity: Rebecca's journey highlights the intersection of her professional role as a therapist with her personal struggles. She describes the initial disorientation she felt when her husband's diagnosis upended their lives. The raw authenticity she displayed during this challenging time enabled her to connect on a deeper level with her clients, fostering a more genuine therapeutic relationship. Embodied Faith: Rebecca shares how her faith evolved from being an intellectual construct to becoming a deeply embodied experience. Through therapy and personal growth, she learned to listen to her body as a barometer of her emotional and spiritual state. This profound alignment between mind, body, and spirit helped her recalibrate and make more authentic and meaningful connections with both her clients and her faith. Rebuilding with Purpose: After closing her practice temporarily due to her husband's illness, Rebecca embarked on a journey of rebuilding and recalibrating her life and business. She discusses how this experience led her to set stronger boundaries, value her expertise, and prioritize self-care. Rebecca's narrative exemplifies the power of resilience, faith, and community in navigating personal trauma and professional growth. Rebecca's story underscores the resilience of the human spirit in the face of adversity. Her journey demonstrates how authenticity, embodied faith, and intentional rebuilding can lead to transformative growth in both personal and professional spheres. Links and Resources Rebeca Gilbert, MA, LPC, LMHC (MH20320)Evidence-Based, trauma-informed counseling in GA & FLEMDR Certified & Consultant in Training (CIT). Approved Clinical Supervisor Faith-Based integration available upon request Book Recomendation: A Severe Mercy Podcast Production and Show Notes by Course Creation Studio
Are you...an introvertor an overthinkeror a perfectionistOr all of the above? Even having just one of these traits can significantly hinder self-promotion.Today's guest, Amy Plano, The Reimbursement Dietitian, RD, MS, CDE, CDN, is a successful private practice dietitian passionate about helping dietitians create a profitable nutrition private practice using an insured-based model. Together with her husband, Marc Plano, she runs the profitable, The Plano Program, a health and wellness-based center in Orange, CT. Through both her coaching programs, online resources, and seminars, she teaches dietitians exactly how to use health insurance to make money in their nutrition practices. Join me as we delve into her journey of conquering insecurities, overcoming camera shyness, and navigating through failures and successes! TIMESTAMPS00:00 - Intro02:05 - Our guest and her story24:04 - Her learnings from her biggest failure31:10 - How she overcame the fear of putting herself out there43:02 - Plans for life & business in the next couple years 46:49 - Follow Amy on :IG: reimbursement_dietitian & Amy PlanoFB & LinkedIn: The Reimbursement Dietitian If you are an RD, RD2B or nutrition coach interested in learning more about how you can start and grow your nutrition business, we'd like to invite you to join us in our Facebook group where you can receive additional resources and trainings to help you on your journey. Click the link to join: https://thepracticerevolution.co/groupoAdditional information:If you are tired of trying to figure out this game of business, marketing, and sales, all on your own, and you are ready to just implement what's already proven to work, rather than reinventing the wheel, schedule a COMPLIMENTARY game plan call with us by heading over to the link below right now and there you will find over $7,000 worth of trainings, resources, and coaching available only for our followers of this show.https://thepracticerevolution.co/gameplanpStay up to date with The Practice Revolution for upcoming events by following us on Instagram @thepracticerevolutionhttps://www.instagram.com/thepracticerevolution/