When it comes to ensuring a successful allied health business, or any business for that matter, a business plan is a must.
The power of the one-page business plan is often overlooked because business owners say they don’t have enough time to develop one. Some say they want to and might even start the planning process, but never have quite enough time to finish it. It’s not easy to implement, let alone when it isn’t fully baked. But I think if you fail to plan, you plan to fail.
In this episode:
Allied health business owners overlooking business plans - not enough time
Planning to do the same and yield the same results the next year might not work - increased competition in the industry
Increased competition means increased opportunities
Business planning doesn’t have to be hard - preparation is key
Thinking ahead about what needs to be done - pulling reports from your accounting and practice management software
My virtual business planning workshop - following my seven success factors for private practice
Following the business planning document
When it comes to ensuring a successful allied health business, or any business for that matter, a business plan is a must. #BusinessPlan #AlliedHealth #PracticeMadePerfect
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