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Cathy Love is finally recording and producing The Private Practice Made Perfect Podcast. Its specifically for paediatric allied health professionals, it’s going to be fun. She likes a chat. Cathy will bring a broad range of energetic people to the conversation. The outstanding guest list includes; allied health business owners, digital marketing specialists, accountants, HR advisers, writers, virtual assistants, IT specialists, friends, social media guru’s, possibly family and other generous ...
 
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When was the last time you had a think about your summer programs? Summer revenue? Business during summer in general? Summer business activity is something you really need to start thinking about in September, and now that it’s October, what better time to get started? There seems to be a lot of resignation about summer. Business owners appear to e…
 
This episode is very much an exploration of my ramblings on Stoicism and its Four Main Virtues, the notion of the locus of control, and how it all applies to you as a business owner. Stoicism provides a sense of rationality through being able to take an objective view of problems. Another fabulous talking point is that of visualisation - negative v…
 
If we choose to see the good, we will always see silver linings despite the circumstances. This is what Stephanie Schlencker has proven to us in running her business Spread the Word Services and current side hustle. You see, COVID did not stop this go getter from pursuing her goals. Aside from running her clinic, she extended her services to her ho…
 
Support for your clients should continue and strengthen especially during tough times. But how do you lead your team in situations such as a pandemic to give their 100% to support your clients? In this episode of the PPMP Podcast, I’ve invited Carly Treloar, Occupational Therapist and owner of Living Without Boundaries, to talk about how she is man…
 
COVID-19 has made such impacts in our businesses - both negative and positive. It has been such a journey as we all acclimate to this business as new usual. In this episode of the PPMP podcast, I’ve invited Lisa Hues, Founding Director of Occupational Therapy Helping Children in Sydney. She will be sharing her experience and how she and her team na…
 
Recruitment is one of the most interesting and hardest parts of running an allied health business because so many business factors depend on it. I’m sure you’ll agree with me on this. All of us have tried one too many ways of recruitment, but it still remains a tough ball game. In this episode of the PPMP podcast, I share how you can learn a differ…
 
How are you marketing your business in the time of COVID? In episode 155 of the PPMP Podcast, I have a conversation with Chris McCarroll, the Founding Director of Allied Health Marketing. He shares his expertise in creating content and messaging that connects with your audience, especially during this time. We also tackle the different platforms we…
 
Many business owners will agree with me when I say that one of the hardest things in business is finding the best team members. When we successfully hire people we like and love working with, we need to take care of them to keep them in our team. So my question to you today is - do you have a care plan for your team? Setting up a team care plan is …
 
In this episode of the PPMP Podcast, I am so excited to bring on our guest Narelle Hypatidis who I’ve wanted to have on the show for so long. Narelle is the owner of Macarthur Paediatric Occupational Therapy in Sydney, Australia. She proudly describes herself as an accidental business owner. We talk about so much private practice goodness in this c…
 
Are you constantly being asked questions by your team? Are you becoming a human encyclopedia? Most business owners see this as an everyday occurrence. Once you know it, so many minutes of your day have been taken away from the activities on your schedule that you have to complete on that day. Every business owner aspires to have a high performing t…
 
How are you? In my conversations with allied health business owners throughout June and July, I have seen that most of them are generally tired and fatigued. So I want to ask you today, have you already booked your annual leave? As allied health business owners, we need to manage the fullness of our own cup in order to serve others. During these ti…
 
Today on the PPMP Podcast, I’ve invited Lisa and Ross Archer, founding directors of Strong Mind Psychology. Their practice provides psychology services to children, adolescents, and adults across their lifespan. There are heaps of gold nuggets throughout this conversation as we talk about starting their business and growing their team despite being…
 
In this episode of the PPMP Podcast, I talk about critical thinking and why you need it in your business. I’ll be drawing on the incredible wisdom of Mr. Keith Cunningham and his book The Road Less Stupid. Critical thinking is a very strong and important concept that I’ve brought into my business. It is also one that I highly suggest to many busine…
 
In this episode of the PPMP Podcast, I’ve invited the founding directors of Red Frog for Families - Rochelle and David Appleby. It was such an interesting conversation where we talked about their family-centered business. It’s so refreshing to see practices like theirs, giving importance to teams, relationships and culture. It’s really an important…
 
In this episode of the PPMP Podcast, I thought I’d share with you my thoughts on using practice management softwares especially at a time when you practically have to let your teamwork from home overnight. If it weren’t for these softwares, practices would probably have a hard time managing their businesses remotely. Customer service and allied hea…
 
Allied health business practice owners sometimes have a hard time transitioning from client-facing to team facing. The experience and pivotal shift is different for everybody. For Charmaine Owen, director of Kids & Community, her realization came when she felt more challenged by thinking and more excited to see solutions rather than working face-to…
 
As a business owner navigating through this pandemic, we know you have many, many questions going through your head. And as everyone, including allied health business owners, are going out of hibernation, there are a lot of things to be done to get ready for the next phase of business. It is a time when business owners like you are asking what you …
 
In this episode of the Private Practice Made Perfect Podcast, be inspired about running and scaling your private practice while having enough time for family and the things that matter the most. Be inspired by Emily Hayles’ story, a Physio who founded Move and Play Pediatric Therapy in Australia in 2015. Learn how she grew her private practice and …
 
You can definitely manage your private practice the best way you want to and Power Diary gives you the ability to do that while growing and developing together with your business. In this episode, Australian Psychologist and Co-Founder of Power Diary, Damien Adler, gives us a rundown of the Power Diary’s best features that can help solve our practi…
 
A few weeks into the COVID-19 pandemic and we’ve seen remarkable changes in allied health businesses, its owners and teams. In this episode, we’ll be tackling the concept of living in our new normal. I know that there are some allied health business owners who prepared pandemic plans, but a vast majority have not. I will share the top things you ne…
 
2020 has definitely not been a year that we expected! And when we think about the survival of allied health business owners, teams, clients - our team at NACRE Consulting can’t salute you enough for all the work that you’ve achieved! We want to be able to continue supporting your growth through this time and that’s why we’re announcing something fo…
 
In episode 140 of the PPMP podcast, Jack O’Brien and I have a conversation on the allied health industry amidst the COVID-19 global pandemic. Jack is the CEO of Clinic Mastery and host of the Grow Your Clinic podcast. Jack and I talk about the experiences of allied health businesses, the role that Telehealth plays, and the things we need to conside…
 
Running a successful business isn’t a walk in the park and doesn’t happen overnight. For Emily Lively, Founding Director of Lively Eaters, it has taken her over 10 years for her to get to where she is today. In episode 139 of the PPMP Podcast, Emily tells us the story of her business journey. We talk about her experience with the NDIS, changing the…
 
Allied health assistants are becoming more popular now in the world of allied health. But what do they really do and what is the future for offering this option in your business? And does this work hand in hand with the NDIS? In episode 138 of the PPMP podcast, Brad Dent, Director of WHR Allied Health chats with us about running his business in 2 l…
 
Running a profitable business and using it for a good cause while living the life you want is the ultimate goal that Inspire wants for the businesses and entrepreneurs they support. Today, having a business isn’t just all about profits. Most, if not all, business owners now have a passion to make an impact not just on their founders, but on their t…
 
In this episode of the PPMP Podcast, I am chatting with Sarah Munn of Barefoot Therapists on growing and building her team and a unique private practice based on a farm. We talk about their team, business model and navigating the NDIS in the perspective of the parent and business owner. Barefoot Therapists provides group and individual specialist s…
 
How do you communicate effectively with your team members online? In episode 134 of the PPMP Podcast, Wendy Smiles, a Change Management Consultant from Bene Praxis chats with us about online team communication and work delegation. Wendy gives us practical tips we can apply in our business to lead our team better, communicate with them clearly, and …
 
What does it take for 2 leaders to work together, become a superstar employer, and build a strong team in the business of allied health? In this episode of the PPMP Podcast, I’ve invited Bev Sher and Liz Zhornitsky of Spark Speech Pathology to share their experiences and ideas in leading a private practice. Spark Speech Pathology offers personalize…
 
Have you ever thought about your real position in your business? Are you a clinician and part-time business owner or you a CEO with a business that is serving you and giving you the time, money and joy that you seek? In this episode of the PPMP Podcast, I discuss the importance of having a CEO position description and owning it because this is what…
 
The idea of psychological safety in a company, big or small, is such a vital component for the business and its employees to thrive. It is the number 1 criteria for any high performing team. But are we giving much thought and action to it? Michelle Bihary, a People Leadership, Self-Leadership and Workplace Resilience Expert, joins me in this episod…
 
Very exciting news coming to you on our podcast today! We are doing something different this 2020. As you all know, we are known for our virtual conferences which we have done over the past years. But this year, we are doing a retreat. Yes, you heard that right! A 2-day Private Practice Retreat on June 12 and 13 in the beautiful Kingscliff NSW at M…
 
Growing your business, building a great team and leading it are common challenges that allied health business owners go through. It certainly isn’t a bed of roses to run a business but it is definitely rewarding especially when you love what you do. Jackie Sikic, Occupational Therapist and Director of Kid Link joins us today in this episode to talk…
 
Overworking isn’t new to allied health business owners who take on so many roles all at the same time while trying to manage everything in between. But it doesn’t have to be this way forever. I’m here to tell you that you can change this and you can do something about it today. I have been that kind of business owner once in my life - overworked an…
 
In today’s digital world, businesses need to consider marketing in the online space to capture more clients anytime, anywhere. The possibilities are endless in the world of digital marketing and reaching your target market is now better than ever with all the resources available at the tip of your fingers and with a few clicks on your computer. Chr…
 
For four years now, we’ve had the privilege of running an online professional development course called Team Talk. We’ve designed Team Talk to give allied health business professionals and their teams a relevant and team-focused development without the major costs of travel or accommodation. We’ll be sharing more about Team Talk in this episode and…
 
Having a business that works even while you are away is what every business owner should strive for. Sally Mohitian the Director of Fun Lab Therapy Pty Ltd in Australia, joins us to talk about how she successfully implemented clear systems, processes and great team culture in her business from the get go and the benefits she has reaped from this. I…
 
There are so many things you can learn from private practice owners and in this episode of the PPMP podcast we are going to hear some pearls of wisdom and tips on running your own private practice and, eventually, opening up a second clinic. My guest Amanda Abel of the Northern Centre for Child Development shares with us her experience in operating…
 
Knowing, monitoring and having control over our cash flow can give so many benefits to our business. And it isn’t as hard as you think it is to start adapting this in your business today. In this episode of the PPMP Podcast, our guest Louise Delaney, Director of CashFlowsForYou is going to share with us what great cash flow can do for our business.…
 
Websites are homes of businesses online. And as we do in our real homes, we need to also secure our online homes. It’s one thing that we sometimes forget but is very important that we put time and effort into. In this episode of the PPMP Podcast, Ingrid Moyle, the Founding Director of Heart Harmony Communications joins us to talk all about websites…
 
As business owners, we need to do so many things, be there for so many people that we get overwhelmed and forget to prioritise what really matters. This is where an accountability coach can help us out… but what is an accountability coach and why do you need one? In this episode of the PPMP podcast, Darren Finkelstein, my personal accountability co…
 
There are so many things that team members need to be able to do in your clinic. One of the most important is providing great customer service to clients. But did you know that it is possible for us to automate the mundane, day-to-day tasks that can take up so much time when we do it manually? Hootan Mohseni founding director of Cliniq Apps shares …
 
Human Resources is one of the hardest things to manage when it comes to business. Employee Matters is a company that helps small to medium businesses hire and manage better. They offer services on HR that is fully flexible depending on the needs of your business and help you maximise profitability and productivity through your employees. Natasha Ha…
 
Everyday Independence is an allied health business that supports people with disability to reach their full potential and to enjoy an everyday life. They build on what is working and create changes in areas that are not by doing OT, physio and speech pathology. In this episode of the Private Practice Made Perfect Podcast, the Everyday Independence …
 
What does it take to build a successful business? My guest today, Jeremy Streten is a lawyer and the CEO of The Business Legal Life Cycle. He is going to talk to us all about his book the Business Legal Life Cycle: How to Successfully Navigate Your Way from Start Up to Success. Jeremy generously shares about what his book covers, understanding inte…
 
I interviewed Carlien Parahi on episode 116 of the Private Practice Made Perfect Podcast where she shared how they successfully took their business, Sense Rugby, to other OTs around Australia and globally. She was a wealth of knowledge and was so generous in sharing their story. As an allied health business owner, you may find some useful tips and …
 
I have recently had numerous conversations with allied health business owners I work with who have been growing their businesses, building their teams, signing contracts, planning, designing new rooms and building websites. And one question that is commonly asked is on the topic of rooms - the look of your office / centre / clinic, whatever you may…
 
How do you approach your day at work? Do you plan everything or do you work as you go? Donna McGeorge, author of The First 2 Hours - the book I’ve been raving about for some time now, might help you change the way you make use of the most valuable hours of your day. Her book is life-changing and it has definitely made a big impact in my life person…
 
Meetings - you either love them or loathe them. But either way, these are a critical part of any business, including the allied health business. I want you to think about how you hold meetings in your business, the frequency, the length, and most especially the quality. Do your team members leave with clarity, focus and optimism after your meetings…
 
Chris Smith, Founding CEO of Happy HR, wants to make all your HR dreams come true. And in this episode of the PPMP podcast, I’ve invited him to do just that. It’s seriously an information-filled episode you wouldn’t want to miss. Chris is going to walk us through how Happy HR can help businesses recruit, train, and retain their employees to build a…
 
Over the years, I’ve met and worked with many allied health business owners who are amazing managers. What I mean by this is they are good at the operational day-to-day stuff. However, they lose staff, gain staff and have plenty of challenges on the team leadership side of things, and so their business is compromised. That’s where it would pay to b…
 
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