Cash Practice Roadmap contains everything you could want to know about a lean practice start up from scratch. It's designed for therapy entrepreneurs who have a strong desire to own a business and don't know how to begin.
It's your practice but you don't have to go solo. You'll have personal guidance every step of the way to help you reach your goals.
Choosing a practice name is difficult. Learn how to set up your business legally, financially and solidly on what your clients will pay for.
Direct access to your clients via the Internet is essential in our world today. Learn how to easily set up your practice website.
Build your professional platform by discovering your assets, developing your expertise and strengthening your connections.
What use is a practice without clients? Utilize out of the box strategies for the most cost effective location for your business.
What will you do next? How much will you charge? Write your doable business plan to market and grow your practice.
“Paul exudes energy and encouragement in his interactions, and I have been empowered after every encounter. As a leader, he has walked with me through the journey of starting my own practice with grace and humility, making him a safe confidant.”
Tom Kruse PT - Tom Kruse Physical Therapy
Many therapists feel trapped in the new reality of overload and overwhelm and want to escape "factory like" production. This course provides an alternative to "working for the man" to working for yourself. Cash Practice Roadmap helps you discover your unique calling, ideal clients and build a successful practice around them.
The financial pressure from student loans and the risks private practice keep many therapists from pursuing their dreams. This course applies lean start up principles to help therapists test the waters without going all in right away. Cash Therapy Roadmap helps you answer three important questions:
1. Do you have the expertise to stand out from the crowd?
2. Would you do this work even if you didn't get paid?
3. Is the market willing to pay for what you offer?