Have you ever taken client photos as a record of their progress for their file, or taken a photo of them for marketing purposes…? Maybe for social media or perhaps for a presentation you have coming up? If you have taken any clients photos in the past, or are planning to, we have put together these simple tips for ensuring you are doing this the right way.
Tags: Marketing, Privacy, Private Practice
I never used to be a morning routine person. I thought I didn’t like doing the same thing each day but turns out, my morning routine is SO important in predicting how the rest of my day will flow. After many years in private practice, I have come to the realisation that having my specific morning routine is sacred and key to a successful day. Here is what I recommend to maximise yours:
Tags: Work Life Balance, Systems, Private Practice, Productivity
Last year I was brave (and lucky) enough to attend a business retreat where I got a chance to stop and pause and really reflect on where I had been in my business journey and where I was headed. It was eye-opening, as I had been so busy working, I didn’t realise I had not put my head up for long enough to really survey the situation. When I finally did on this amazing retreat, I really connected with these things that I wish I had taken notice off much earlier in my business journey.
Tags: Management, Allied Health, Private Practice
So many practice owners I speak to are currently, or have in the past, felt a sense of overwhelm that comes from having too many things to do. This creates numerous offsets in the mind, such as procrastination, inability to think clearly, decreased confidence and forgetting things. I want to share with you today the benefits of having regular predictable routines each day because this is a GREAT start to decrease overwhelm.
Tags: Planning, Work Life Balance, Systems, Private Practice, Productivity