3 top ways Trello makes running my practice easier

Trello is an online organisation tool that I came across a few years ago and it has developed into one of my favourite tools to help me stay productive and on track. Some of you already know I moved to Tasmania in January of 2017 and now have practices in different states. That is itself challenging but also very rewarding. Using Trello to track progress in each practice, communicate with staff and keep my to-do list moving, gives me greater to do the things I love.

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3 ways to help your clients attend appointments on time

We have likely all had those days when you start to run behind on your appointments, meaning your upcoming clients are having to wait longer for you to be ready – this can happy for a number of reasons, and one of those is having a previous client turn up late to their appointment. When this is an initial appointment people are running late too, it can really throw out the outcomes you were hoping to achieve and the experience not only of the client but you as well.  What can we do?

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4 ways to decrease risk in your allied health practice

Being a brilliant therapist does not mean things will always be ok.  Every day, there are inherent risks to running a healthcare business, and they cannot be ignored simply because we have a good rapport with our clients, or get really good outcomes for them.  Things can happen – they really can, and we don’t plan for them, but the best action is to try and avoid them. Here are five ways you can do this now in your own practice.

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Beating late night admin work

When I first started my practice back in 2006, I used to work during the day and then do the usual home duties like cook dinner, bath the baby, talk to my husband, do some washing, put the baby to bed, and then when all was settled, go and do my practice admin – it might have been ordering, writing client notes, preparing invoices…. And I did this for a number of years.  I speak to lots of practice owners who are not alone in this.  It is about what suits you, and for those who DON’T like late night admin, I have some tips for you!

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How to maximise your morning routine for success

I never used to be a morning routine person. I thought I didn’t like doing the same thing each day but turns out, my morning routine is SO important in predicting how the rest of my day will flow.  After many years in private practice, I have come to the realisation that having my specific morning routine is sacred and key to a successful day.  Here is what I recommend to maximise yours:

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Using daily morning routines to get rid of the overwhelm

So many practice owners I speak to are currently, or have in the past, felt a sense of overwhelm that comes from having too many things to do. This creates numerous offsets in the mind, such as procrastination, inability to think clearly, decreased confidence and forgetting things.  I want to share with you today the benefits of having regular predictable routines each day because this is a GREAT start to decrease overwhelm. 

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