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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 folk she hasn’t roped in yet.

It takes a village to run a private practice. Finally we gather the tribe, harness collective wisdom and elegantly deliver it all direct to your earbuds. The plan to is share up all our private practice stories, business know how, wins, challenges and pearls of wisdom. The episodes will be conversational, short, informative and practical. Apologies in advance, it’s highly likely that there will be humour and deviation from the topic.

…But we wish for even more.

Private Practice Made Perfect Cathy Love

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    • 3.5, 2 Ratings

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 folk she hasn’t roped in yet.

It takes a village to run a private practice. Finally we gather the tribe, harness collective wisdom and elegantly deliver it all direct to your earbuds. The plan to is share up all our private practice stories, business know how, wins, challenges and pearls of wisdom. The episodes will be conversational, short, informative and practical. Apologies in advance, it’s highly likely that there will be humour and deviation from the topic.

…But we wish for even more.

    Jack O’Brien Interview – Aiming for Allied Health Business Growth Amidst The COVID-19 Global Pandemic

    Jack O’Brien Interview – Aiming for Allied Health Business Growth Amidst The COVID-19 Global Pandemic

    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 consider and expect amidst the crisis and moving forward. We have to accept the fact that this is now our new normal; and so we need to find ways to move through it beautifully and successfully.

    Episode highlights:
    The advantage of a maturing allied health industry.
    Ideal clients of Clinic Mastery and NACRE.
    Challenges of allied health professionals when coming off the tools and going into the entrepreneurial mindset.
    Experiences of allied health businesses during this global pandemic.
    Stand-out success factors for businesses during COVID-19.
    Effective changes business owners have implemented over the last weeks.
    The status of Telehealth today.
    What to expect in the next few months, especially in Telehealth.
    Jack’s experience in reorienting his own clinic.
    The things that will remain and change after COVID-19.
    Practical things clinic owners can do

    Useful Links

    Grow Your Clinic Podcast

    Clinic Mastery Website

    Clinic Mastery Facebook

    Clinic Mastery Instagram

    Clinic Mastery LinkedIn

    Clinic Mastery YouTube

    Patrick Lencioni - The Motive: Why So Many Leaders Abdicate Their Most Important Responsibilities

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    • 48 min
    Emily Lively Interview – Creating a Passion-led Business to Sustain and Maintain Your Growth

    Emily Lively Interview – Creating a Passion-led Business to Sustain and Maintain Your Growth

    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 their business model, leading her team, working on her side-hustle, and so much more. 

    Emily is a model of how passion and perseverance go together so well. There’s a lot to learn from her and I’m so delighted to be sharing this conversation with you today.

    Episode highlights:
    The highlights of the last 10 years of her business journey.
    Biggest change points in her business.
    Handling employees and contractors in her company.
    The story behind changing their business model.
    Being the director of her own business.
    Brilliant things her team does.
    Things she has done to create her team from a leadership point of view
    Working on her side hustle.
    Emily talks about their product.
    Sharing her business thinking and approach to what she does.
    A peek into the Whole and Lively Eaters strategy board for the next 2 years.
    Their involvement with the NDIS.
    Biggest changes she has seen in the last 6.5 years.
    The NDIS and how it supports their clients.
    Changes that she hopes to see the NDIS lines up for therapeutic support.
    The things she is most proud of doing in her business.
    Words of wisdom from Emily for allied health business owners

    Useful Links

    Lively Eaters Website

    Whole Enteral Nourishment Website

    Whole Enteral Nourishment Facebook

    Dare to Lead - Brene Brown

    The First 2 hours - Donna McGeorge

    Donna McGeorge on the PPMP Podcast: Approaching Work & Life 2 Hours at a Time

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    • 46 min
    Brad Dent Interview – Working with Allied Health Assistants and the NDIS

    Brad Dent Interview – Working with Allied Health Assistants and the NDIS

    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 locations, hiring allied health assistants, and so much more. He also tells us about the tools they use in their practice. They have worked with the NDIS since 2013, and despite the changes that it is going through, they continue to adapt and evolve alongside the scheme to get the best results for their clients.

    Episode highlights:
    An overview of WHR Allied Health’s business and team.
    Getting the business side of things sorted.
    His expectations on starting and developing a business.
    Building his team.
    The importance of getting great HR advice.
    Making allied health assistants work for the business, team and the customer.
    Working with clients to understand the value of having an assistant versus an OT.
    The future of allied health assistants in the next year or two.
    What Brad loves about working on his business.
    Managing a business and team with 2 locations.
    The software they use in managing their clients.
    Their customer service team.
    Admin tasks that therapists are doing.
    NDIS in the next two years.
    Frustration in teams related to the changes in NDIS.
    Plans and priorities of the business for the next two years.
    Keeping his team happy.
    Recruitment strategy for Allied Health Assistants
    Tips for business owners.
    Using the Employee Assistant Program

    Useful Links

    WHR Allied Health

    SupportAbility

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    • 45 min
    Harvee Pene Interview – Making Smart Financial Decisions in Your Business

    Harvee Pene Interview – Making Smart Financial Decisions in Your Business

    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 team, their clients and, ultimately, the world.

    In episode 137 of the PPMP podcast, Harvee Pene, author, TEDx Speaker, and founder of Inspire - Life Changing Accountants, joins us to talk about this very topic. He also talks about making smarter financial decisions in his book, Cashed Up, which he co-authored with his business partner Ben Walker.

    Episode highlights:
    An overview on Inspire.
    The way they do accounting at Inspire.
    How they work with clients.
    Goals they help their clients with.
    The importance of building a team of advisors.
    Harvee talks about their book Cashed Up.
    Investing in the future of clients to make a global impact.
    The beauty of using B1G1 in your business.
    The Inspire team and what they do.
    Things allied business owners should be thinking about.

    Useful Links

    Cashed Up Book

    B1G1

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    • 33 min
    Sarah Munn Interview – Successfully Growing and Running a Unique Private Practice

    Sarah Munn Interview – Successfully Growing and Running a Unique Private Practice

    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 services for children from a skilled team of occupational therapists, speech pathologists, provisional psychologists, and dietitians. They offer an Equine Facilitated Therapy Program by therapists who are experienced with horses. They also offer clinic appointments (now tele-health appointments) at the Barefoot Child & Family Therapy Centre.

    Episode highlights:
    An overview on Barefoot Therapists
    Transitioning from solopreneur to private practice owner as inspired by her son’s unique needs.
    The Barefoot Therapists Team.
    Their business model, insurance, and the legal workplace health and safety behind their nature-based facility.
    Building the business and services.
    A typical week in Sarah’s life and how she gets things done through her week.
    Navigating the NDIS as a parent and as a business owner. 
    Future plans for Barefoot Therapists.
    Trusting intuition in business.

    Useful Links

    Barefoot Therapists

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    • 50 min
    Wendy Smiles Interview – Online Communication and Work Delegation in Teams

    Wendy Smiles Interview – Online Communication and Work Delegation in Teams

    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 assign tasks to them effectively. She also gives us some helpful tools we can use for communication.

    Episode highlights:
    An overview of what she has been doing in the last few years.
    Principles of Change Management useful for allied health business owners.
    Leading yourself first.
    Virtual communication in terms of team care.
    Using Trello and Asana for work delegation.
    The importance of clarity and communication.
    Making decisions and minimizing errors.
    Parting words from Wendy

    Useful Links

    Bene Praxis Website

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    • 41 min

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