12 lessons that we learned through season one that can help your practice thrive.Read More
Are you married to your business partner? Eryn and Ryan are married with a new Physical Therapy practice to run. Listen to what works for them, and how their practice has helped bring them even closer together.
Enjoy the episode, and if you do, please tell your colleagues about us.
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What does your business look like years from now? Who are you working on? Are you doing a majority of the treatment? Do you have one location or 1,000? These are great exploratory questions that can lead to an impactful practice that is sustainable, and rewarding.
Completing a five, then three, and then one year business vision questionnaire can give you insight into if you are on the right track, or if you are looking for that starting point to set you in the right direction.
If you are looking for some sample planning questions, we are including them in the show notes. Without a plan, it is difficult to know where your business is going, and how to react when you need to pivot.
Enjoy the episode, and join the Collective if you have any questions or would like example vision/planning questions.
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Practitioners into Business Owners
Stacy Earl and Brian Hannah are partners, and owners of Muscle Activation San Francisco. Their background is exercise, and Greg Roskopf's Muscle Activation Techniques, and not your standard executive business positions.
"Sometimes, you sign the lease, and then all of a sudden, you have a real business. Now it's time we treat it like one." -Unknown
In this episode they share the creation of their business, human resource practices, and who they turned to for help. They also share some of the questions that led them to a shared vision, and how they are working on that vision.
If you have a business partner, this episode if full of helpful gems.
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EPISODE 4: Personal and Professional Vision
with Keith and Brandon.
In this episode, we present exercises that help you align in you own personal and professional vision. If you are anything like me, focusing on creating a vision seemed like just another thing to do.
As if I didn't have enough on my plate to begin with.
That is when I realized that having a starting point to give me insight on my decisions was mandatory if I wanted to progress in the next three years. I had to ask myself, just like the important question from the book "The One Big Thing," what actions or decisions today can make all other decisions easier or unnecessary?
Understanding how you communicate, what brings purpose to your life, and where you want to take your business in a specific time frame, can save you time, frustration, and sometimes relationships with ones that we love.
I hope you enjoy the episode. If you do, we appreciate you mentioning the podcast in passing to others, sharing it on social media, or leaving a review on iTunes.
Greg Roskopf shares his experience creating a company, one lesson at a time.
Most practitioners go to school, gain some experience under a mentor, and model their practice after those that came before them. Then their are others that try to break that mold, because it never fit them to begin with.
Got a business plan? Nope.
Know what your curriculum looks like? Not until the binder is created for the next class.
Greg uses "just in time" learning, hiring, and content creation, to put constraints on time and deliver his best work. When you believe in what you are creating, you can get lost in the journey.
We discuss his vision of MAT, and who helps him make that vision a reality.
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Keep striving for your vision,
A story about experiencing a brand.
We are trying a little something different this week. I just so happened to bring my new Zoom H6 recorder on our New York vacation this past fall to visit my Sister. And yes my wife was thrilled I did that, I must add. Of course I wanted to play around with it, and understand how it all worked. Little did I know that during the trip, we would have a unique experience at a chocolate shop.
At the time, I was buried in the Disney Institute book, Be Our Guest. It's a book that's dedicated to the art of delivering an awesome customer experience. I wanted some ideas on how I could improve the processes at our gym. I think that this is why this moment stood out to me.
How can we make things easier for our clients, instead of more complex. How can we help more?
I hope you enjoy this episode, as much as I had making it. If you like the podcast, please share it.
Also, thanks again Heather. I love visiting, and next time I won't bring the recorder.
Loren shares his past, his present, and his future. He touches upon his internship, hiring, compensation, and building a culture. If you are thinking about getting into field of exercise at any level, this is an episode that is 25 minutes of reality reality check.
Thank you for listening, and enjoy our first Episode,