When it comes to setting goals and managing a podiatry practice, there is no one better than Dr Peter Wishnie from New Jersey, USA. I met Peter in Nashville in 2013 at a Top Practices event, and his positive thinking towards podiatry had a massive impact on my professional life, which is why he was a must-have-guest on the Podiatry Legends Podcast.
On this episode we discuss the following:
- Practice Management and the Virtual Practice Management Institute that Peter Wishnie runs with Tina Del Buono and Rem Jackson.
- Goal Setting and what you need to do to make things happen.
- Business mentors
- Like it or not, we're all salespeople.
- Leadership & delegation
- 80:20 Rule
"You've got to delegate the right tasks to the right people to get the best results".
You need to block out time in your week to make things happen in your business and time to talk with key people in your team.
It must be a full day, not just a few hours, and it needs to be planned hour hour-by-hour what you're going to be doing during the day. If you do not plan out your day, it's easy for other people's agendas to fill your time, resulting in an unproductive day.
The team you have now that took your business to $500,000 per annum may not be the same team that grows your business to $1,000,000 and beyond. But for the money to increase, you must also change.
Remember What It Is We Do Each Day
"We don't help foot and ankle problems; we give people their life back".
If you can keep this thought top of mind, it will help keep you focused on what is essential in your daily activities.
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