There is recession upon us.
Some say a depression is coming. Whatever the answer we all know things will be hard.
It will be harder to run a profitable business over the next year or so but it does not need to be this way for Podiatry Clinic owners..
Listen to Lorcan O Donaile, Podiatry...
To many podiatry clinics simply charge too little make it worth all of the stress and hassle that comes with running a business.
Too often the Podiatry Clinic Owner worries too much and for too long about putting up their price.
Price is elastic and can and should be put up regularly.
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
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...
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.
Available now on Itunes,Stitcher, Spotify etc.
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...
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...
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.
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.
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...
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...
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.