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Dreaming Big with a Business Minded Physical Therapist
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Dreaming Big with a Business Minded Physical Therapist
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Meet Jamey Schrier, a physical therapist, private practice owner, and career coach who helps aspiring business owners build a long-term mindset and a solid foundation for their dream life. He shares why students and recent grads need to begin their careers with the end in mind, how to reverse engineer the life they want, what to do to ensure their goals align with a company’s, and much more.

 

Discussion & Reflection Questions

  1. Tell us a little bit about yourself and why you’re on this podcast.
  2. Can you share what it means to have a business mindset and how new grads and clinical fellows can adopt that moving forward?
  3. What is reverse engineering in terms of career goals, and how does one go about enacting that?
  4. You have a lot of passion and drive for what you do. Can you tell us where that comes from?
  5. How can aspiring SLPs ensure that their values and goals align with the core values of a company?
  6. What is some advice you’d give to new professionals searching for jobs?
  7. What words of advice do you have for the new speech pathologists or anybody else who’s listening to this as they start their career?

Quote of the Conversation

Two words: Dream big. You spent a lot of time, a lot of money, [and] a lot of sacrifice getting into this awesome profession to help so many people. Keep developing and expanding yourself — not just your clinical skills, but your communication skills, you know, all of it that makes you a great professional. Keep reaching. You’re going to fail. You’re going to have some setbacks and all that. That’s all part of life.”

– Jamey Schrier, P.T.

Jamey Schrier, P.T.

Physical Therapist and Founder of Practice Freedom U

Hi, I’m Jamey Schrier. Welcome… If you’re here, I imagine that you may be a bit frustrated or worried… or both…. Frustrated with • the inconsistency of new patient • the unreliability of visits • the shock of declining reimbursements • the utter ridiculousness of third party payors. Worried about • money• competition • employees• the long hours •  Read More »

Keep the Conversation Going

You can find Jamey Schier at:

www.practicefreedomu.com

Free e-book: www.practicefreedomu.com/slp



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Hosted by Mattie Murrey

June 16, 2021

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