One of the biggest mistakes I see private practice owners make is not changing their business model and team structure as their practice grows. Keeping the same responsibilities on your plate despite your practice getting busier, your revenue growing and the practice becoming more complex to manage leads to burnout.
As your practice grows, your mindset and your responsibilities have to change with it. You can no longer have the same solo-practitioner attitude. All it leads to is keeping you stressed, working too many hours, you’ll lose money and eventually, you’ll resent your business. You deserve better.
When you have a healthy and thriving 7-figure practice, there are distinct positions you need with quality and skilled team members in order for you to own your CEO status and to have a practice that will allow you to have more time as the practice owner, make more money and allow for your practice to flourish without everything being done by you.
Inside this episode you’ll learn:
The 5 types of positions or responsibilities you need when building a million dollar practice.
The common pitfalls that can cost you money as you think about these positions.
Why having a growth mindset and plan for your team is so important as you hire.
What happens when you have a sound leadership and team to help you more as the CEO of your practice.
The importance of having key experts on your team to make your life easier as you grow and scale your practice.
You need a team of experts by your side. A team you can trust and will have buy-in for your vision and mission of your practice. Building your “ride or die” dream team doesn’t happen overnight. It takes intention and strategy to set you and your practice up for success.
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