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The most important “system” of all

Systems, systems and more systems. If you’ve had any exposure to the business coaching industry no doubt you have heard a business expert talk about how important systems are for your business. I definitely agree with this statement.  But what systems do you actually need in your practice? And what do these look like? I…

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Good Physios – Hard to Find?

So this is it. The biggest challenge facing the Physio profession right now. For how long have we had this challenge? At least as long as I have been in practice – 15 years. How do I know? Because I asked you. Not all of you, but from the conversations in the Ultimate Physio facebook…

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My Physio Interview Cheat Sheet

Well, it has come to the time of year that you may be looking around for “your next superstar physio” or whatever other cliched heading most of us clinic owners are using in our job ads these days.   I have decided to put together this little document which takes you through how I have…

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How do you get your new grads up to speed on all elements of private practice? (while avoiding going broke)

Clinic owners – do you have new grads in your clinic, or a new grad starting next year? New grads can work out great, but initially they can be a huge drain on the business – especially if they don’t “get it” from a private practice perspective. In my experience, and based on conversations with…

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Time, Profit, Freedom: Build the Ultimate Physio Clinic

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Time, Profit, Freedom: Build the Ultimate Physio Clinic – live 3 hour workshop

So my 3 hour event “Time, Profit, Freedom: Build the Ultimate Physio Clinic” – what is it all about? Who is it suitable for?

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How to find your next superstar physio – part 2

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How to find your next superstar physio – part 1

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Are you aware of your legal obligations as an employer?

An employee lodges a complaint with Fair Work Australia claiming she was expected to attend meetings outside of work hours and was not paid for these. You claim her attendance was optional and that’s why she wasn’t paid. Would you know how to manage this situation? Complaints from patients are almost expected but you don’t…

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When my clinic flooded and what I did about it

  It was January 2016 and my wife, and I were on holiday in Florence when we received an email from one of my staff. He had come back for his first day of work after the Christmas and New Year break to discover that a water pipe had burst and flooded the entire lower…

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