Joe Sanok from the www.PracticeofthePractice.com blog covers everything it takes to make your service-based private practice more awesome. It’s what you wish you had learned in graduate school. Learn killer ways to grow your referrals, save tons of money, and have some fun along the way.
Joe has been featured on the Huffington Post, Yahoo Health, ZynnyMe, PsychCentral, and Sirus Radio.
Joe has an extensive background in several clinical settings including foster care, residential, home-based, college counseling, and private practice. As the owner of Mental Wellness Counseling in Traverse City, MI he has grown his practice and taught others to do the same. As an expert in the field of growing counseling private practices, Joe exposes all he knows to help you with marketing, branding, consulting, and a deeper level of awesomeness.
Joe knows that we’ve all been there, we dream of our small business taking off and we know that it should...but it doesn’t. We want more referrals and the independence that comes from a small business. Through marketing, website developments, and other business-focused tips, Joe helps you to grow. There are simple changes that you can make that will ensure your grow as a professional, expert and as a small business owner. Joe engages and encourages listeners through real-life examples of failure and success. These discussions are for the 21st century counselor who wants to be on the edge of technology, marketing, and expanding their private practice or small business! Plus, there is super sweet music throughout the podcast.
The Power of Regret with Daniel Pink | PoP 665
Why should you always try to “reclaim” your regrets? How can regret deepen meaning? Can feelings of regret boost performance and connection? In this...
Ask Joe: How to Launch a Product for Multiple Streams of Income | PoP 664
Why must you research before starting to conceptualize your product? How does your research work with the pain points of your client? Which follow-up...
David Meltzer On making 2022 the year of priorities | PoP 663
How do desire and skillset work together? What are the first steps to prioritizing? How do you schedule long-term goals in small pieces into...
Lauren Sweeney on how to have more confidence to create change this year | PoP 662
Does confidence create clarity in your decision-making? Do you celebrate your talents? How can you set yourself up for success this year? In this...
Ask Joe: What numbers should I know for my private practice? | PoP 661
How do you figure out the lifetime value of your clients? What is the relationship between your conversion rate and your marketing budget? Why...
Dr. Judy Whitfield has a thriving testing practice and needs help on how to grow next | PoP 660
What is the first step to freeing up time? How do you start making the small change? Why should you create an infrastructure that...
LOVE the show!
Lots of great content. Very targeted and Joe does a great job of pulling out some golden nuggets every episode. Highly recommend!
Joe does such a good job covering a variety of topics. The guests offer valuable insight as well. I would recommend this podcast to anyone looking to be inspired and informed!
I enjoyed early installments of this podcast useful and benefitted from the content. However, recent content is becoming less relevant to the practice of psych by the episode. It feels like the host has run out of relevant topics, and is just posting small shows about whatever lifestyle content someone is willing to speak on in order to keep the view count up and advertisement revenue rolling.