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Are you soon launching a new private practice? Do you need some tips on how to stay organized? How is organization a key component to running a successful business?
In this podcast episode, Joe Sanok speaks about how to stay organized when starting a practice with Danielle Swimm.
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Meet Danielle Swimm
Danielle Swimm is a group practice owner in Annapolis, Maryland. She became known as the Entrepreneurial Therapist on Instagram where she teaches female therapists about mindset, marketing, and systems to start and scale six-figure plus practices. She is an avid believer that we need a mental health system that values the provider as much as it does the client.
Visit The Entrepreneurial Therapist and connect on Instagram.
In This Podcast
- Danielle’s tips on starting a practice
- Why you should care about being organized
- How to get and stay organized
- Danielle’s advice to private practitioners
Danielle’s tips on starting a practice
Make space and organize your life for this big change – your new private practice – that’s coming!
[Look] at [which] balls [you] can drop [in] the first four to six months of opening this practice so that you can spend more time and energy getting this thing off of the ground. Danielle Swimm
Have conversations with your family and with your partner about where you are headed in your professional life with launching the new practice.
How can we make sure that you don’t burn out while you’re opening your practice? … where burnout is happening a lot [is in] transitioning into opening your practice because you’re still managing so many other things in the air.Danielle Swimm
Let them know how they might best support you while you launch your new business, and you can let them know what you can provide in the months leading up to launching and stabilizing your practice after it’s been made public.
Why you should care about being organized
You might not realize how much support you have when you are working for someone else.
When that changes and you become your own boss, you need to create those systems of structure and support by yourself, for yourself! Effective and flexible organization is the key to doing this.
We really want to convert your energy and get organized early on so that you enjoy being in private practice and you don’t feel like you need to be constantly working so that [you can be] a good therapist when you’re showing up for your clients that are coming into your practice.Danielle Swimm
How to get and stay organized
- Keep track of taking notes: get your standard notes down to three minutes or less. Use checkboxes in your template for standard progress notes.
- Get admin-organized: have your basic admin clear and easily comprehensible from the opening of your practice until you can hire extra assistance.
If we can get the admin system organized now, it’s really going to help [later on].Danielle Swimm
- Organizing your schedule by using blocks: admin, marketing, move-the-needle, and finance
What would your dream work week look like? Imagine your perfect week that allows for both flexibility and progress – how can you bring this to fruition?
Danielle’s advice to private practitioners
It is totally possible! Launching and running a successful private practice is completely possible, and you can do it.
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Meet Joe Sanok
Joe Sanok helps counselors to create thriving practices that are the envy of other counselors. He has helped counselors to grow their businesses by 50-500% and is proud of all the private practice owners that are growing their income, influence, and impact on the world. Click here to explore consulting with Joe.
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