Lockdown will end, sooner than you might think.
In Ireland podiatry clinics are back on May 18th, Australia never closed fully, others are not far behind
Are you ready? Are you aware of the opportunities that come with this?
Listen to Episode 13 of The Podiatry Business Podcast to hear more
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Do you know for sure if your website actually makes you any money. Most Podiatry clinics have very pretty & expensive but ultimately mostly useless websites.
This is not your fault, some graphic designer probably told you this was the way to do it.
Listen to Lorcan explain what your website actually needs to make you and your business money... and its not nice pictures.
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In Episode 11 of The Podiatry Business Podcast Lorcan discusses in detail his external marketing funnels and how it fills his diary with his ideal patients 24/7 even while he is away in holidays.
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Why do some Podiatry clinics prevail while others seem to always struggle?
Why in this time of crisis are some panic or despair while others are getting ready for the return to business, whatever form that takes?
At this time of crisis you have 2 choices, let the whole thing overwhelm you and your business or accept that things have changed and get yourself and your business ready for the change.
In Episode 10 of The Podiatry Business Podcast, Lorcan O Donaile discusses how he navigated crisis before and how you can use this time as an opportunity to build a better version of your business and better version of you, the business owner
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Podiatry Clinic owners.... If you are planning to use the enforced time away from work studying more clinical skills, then don't do it.
Clinical skills will not save your business.
Business Skills will get your business back in action, better than before the coronavirus crisis.
Use this time to get better at running a true business so that you can weather any storm that comes your way.
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They say a week in politics is a long time.
Well I have never seen such a change in business in such a short space of time.
In my own clinic we went from our best EVER week to total shut down for an unspecified time inside 7 days.
Now, let's be honest.
Nobody was expecting what happened this last week or so, or the pace that it all happened at.
Almost every clinic worldwide is either closed or has lost so much trade that its not worth staying open.
If you're anxious or worried then you are not alone.
It’s ok to be worried about what's happening now. If you are not then you are in all likelihood not going to make it through this.
But being worried or scared is not a plan.
Do not sit on your hands and wait for events to unfold around you
Focus on what you can control
Develop a plan
If like so many others you are still unsure of what...
I know it seems to be a common thing in Podiatry clinics and a lot of similar type clinics that the owner feels the safest thing to do when it comes to taking on clinicians and paying them is to make them an "associate" and them a percentage of their turnover.
This is a BIG mistake.
Listen to episode 6 of The Podiatry Business Podcast to find out why.
Do you find yourself posting on your Facebook page in an attempt get more patients or your previous patients to return?
Are you chasing Facebook likes and shares but get the feel that its having no real effect on your bottom line.
The truth is it is largely a waste of time.
To truly boost your clinics profits you need to start using Facebook Ads
Listen to "The Podiatry Business Podcast - Episode 5. Six & Half Facebook Ad Hacks" and Lorcan O Donaile will show how to get real results from Facebook
Episode 4 of The Podiatry Business Podcast is out this week and is all about the big choice to make when taking on your first staff member.
A lot of clinic owners assume that the first thing they should do is take on another podiatrist when they are ready to scale. Often these clinic owners mistakenly feel that a receptionist is not contributing financially to the clinic, and that instead of podiatrist who can charge for the patient's they will see will be bringing in far more money than any receptionist could.
I always suggest to any sole practitioners considering what to do that it's better to take on a front desk or receptionist before taking on your first podiatrist. Even if you can only do so part time. ........
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I took the week off from clinic to spend with my kids who were off from school for mid term break.
I try to make sure I am off at the same time as they are. They are only small for so long and I know through painful experience how you cannot get that time back.
If you have read my book “Podiatry Business Success Secrets” you will know my story and how I was tied to my clinic so much. When my first was born I only took a few hours off of work to bring my wife home from hospital as I thought I couldn’t afford to take time away from work.
By the time my last girl was born I realised that this was a mad thing to do and took a 2 weeks off and never went back full time.
It was by applying business principles that I was able to build my clinic to the point where I can take as many days away from work as I need to for my family. I never miss a school play or sports day and take at least 3-4 weeks off during the summer to...