Ease the Friction of Doing Business
By Elizabeth Baxter, MS
The featured resources this month will help smooth your way on the business front, providing a mix of some tools that will increase your knowledge and others that will guide you to a healthy work-life balance.
“FOR THE CURRENT AND FUTURE PT CLINIC OWNER | BALANCE YOUR INTERESTS AND SKILLS FOR A CHALLENGING AND REWARDING FUTURE”
This article from the Business of PT Series walks you through the questions you need to consider when making macro-level decisions about what kind of practice you would like to run, whether you’re just starting out or you have an established business and are looking to alter its current path.
Get it here: https://bit.ly/3MjxGnD
FIT FOR PRACTICE: RESILIENCY
Mental health and stress levels have been difficult to manage during the pandemic, but it’s essential that we take time to engage in self-reflection to improve our resiliency. Whether you have three minutes or an hour, leverage these resources to manage your stress levels and strengthen your mental and emotional well-being.
Get it here: https://bit.ly/3Nsktco
The five modules of this video series delve into the nitty-gritty of leveraging key performance indicators (KPIs) to improve your bottom line. Free to PPS members, the series covers a range of subjects, including tracking new patient information and analyzing visit data, and it utilizes case studies to demonstrate how you can implement KPIs in your own practice.
Get it here: https://bit.ly/3x896Sf
“HOW TO ACHIEVE FREEDOM THROUGH FINANCIAL STABILITY PLUS TIME FLEXIBILITY”
By MEG Business
This episode of the Physical Therapy Private Practice: Secrets of the Top 10% podcast, hosted by Brian J. Gallagher, PT, explores how physical therapists can unlock more reliable financial success — and, as a result, more freedom in their schedules.
Get it here: https://bit.ly/3M2ybCl
DO NOTHING: HOW TO BREAK AWAY FROM OVERWORKING, OVERDOING, AND UNDERLIVING
By Celeste Headlee
Owning your own business offers a lot of flexibility, but it can also result in unintentionally putting in too much overtime. Headlee’s book examines the reasons overworking has become so common and offers actionable techniques you can put into practice to bring more balance to your life.
Get it here: https://bit.ly/3wWRtDG
Elizabeth Baxter, MS, is a staff writer for PPS who resides in New York City.