Episode 49: 4 Types of Practice Owners, Which One Are You?

Did you know that there are four types of private practice owners? Each type of owner has their own characteristics. Once you identify which type of owner you are, then you can identify your strengths and weaknesses in order to optimize your abilities. All too often, physical therapy private practice owners struggle to succeed in private practice not because of external influences, but because of internal. In this podcast you will learn how to project your efforts toward pro-survival actions that enable you to achieve your ideal scene across six vital key elements necessary for true success.

Key Takeaways

  • Put more time energy and effort into your higher-level function and role of CEO than being a great PT. You need to learn how to work on your business not in your business. 
  • Come to terms with the fact that you don’t know all there is to know about everything; especially in the areas of leadership, personnel management, policies and procedures, systems of operation, business metrics, marketing, budgeting, and hiring. 
  • As a physical therapist trying to succeed as a physical therapy owner in private practice it’s important for you to recognize that you did not receive the training or skills necessary to operate at that CEO practice owner level we currently seek. 
  • The steps that you can take today toward becoming a better CEO in practice owner regardless of which type of owner you are.
  • The 4 types of owners are broken down as follows: the innocent owner, the go-getter owner, the caregiver owner, the know-it-all owner 

Which type of owner are YOU? To learn more about how to be a better private practice owner, schedule a consultation with Brian to discuss strategies to be the best owner you can for YOUR practice.

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