Helping potential clients find your practice and want to work with you is an ongoing challenge for therapy practices. How can you identify and dismantle your own obstacles? How can you market yourself in authentic, congruent, compelling ways? Join me, Uriah Guilford, as I chat with Jenn Fredette of A Thinker’s Guide about depth marketing for therapists. Click to listen now!
Is it possible to use machine learning to find patterns in mental health care? What is the connection between mental health care and AI? And how can you use this powerful tool to help even more clients? Join me, Uriah Guilford, as I chat with Christine Li of Mentaya about this fascinating topic. Click to listen now!
This is a series of short interviews with several of the speakers from the Wise Practice Summit, which was held in Savannah, Georgia and put on by the amazing Whitney Owens. I asked these speakers questions about business success, productivity, delegation and more. These are smart folks with some great advice and tips for you.
So, here’s the secret sauce in one sentence: If you work to create a balance between productivity, organization, and delegation, you will be able to grow your group practice while working 10 hours less every week. This is quite simple to understand, but it’s not easy to accomplish by any means. It involves taking a hard look at your habits and routines and making much needed changes. It requires you and your business to get more organized than you’ve ever been.
No one likes to think about a sudden, lifechanging event. But if the unexpected DID happen, are you prepared? Would you business be able to continue without you? How can you prepare your personal, business, and business continuance for a sudden change? Join me, Uriah Guilford, and my guest, Mary Beth Simon, as we discuss this uncomfortable but vital topic. Click to listen now!
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