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The 4 Stages of Building a Successful SLP Private Practice Business
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The 4 Stages of Building a Successful SLP Private Practice Business
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During our second interview with private practice owner Jamey Schrier, he speaks on the topic of time management and dives into how SLPs can schedule their work more efficiently. He explains his “Stages of Private Practice,” strategy for making the most of his time, and wisdom for scaling up a business.

 

Discussion & Reflection Questions

  1. What are the “Stages of Private Practice” you use to think about business?
  2. What is your definition of time management?
  3. How do you use flow in order to optimize your scheduling?
  4. Would you say time management is one of the biggest problems business owners face today?
  5. How do you shift your mindset to better streamline your schedule and take advantage of your time?
  6. What advice do you have for business owners looking to take the leap and level up their private practice?

Quote of the Conversation

“Time cannot be managed. Time is time. Kings and queens have the same amount of time. Billionaires have the same amount of time. Oprah has the same amount of time as you and me. We all have the same amount of time. It does not change. What changes is how we choose to use our time — or, as the term says, how we manage our time.”

– Jamey Schrier, P.T.

Jamey Schrier, P.T.

Physical Therapist and Private Practice Owner

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 payers Worried about • money• competition • employees• the long hours• I’ve helped hundreds of physical therapy, occupational therapy, and other practice owners build highly successful businesses and create financial security without working more hours. Together we can regain the business you’ve longed for. Together we can infuse the passion and love back into your business and your life.



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Hosted by Mattie Murrey

November 4, 2021

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