It’s not just about the end result
Having a vision for your health care practice exponentially increases your chances of enjoying how you go about creating and evolving your practice – not to mention your ultimate health practice success.
Your practice vision is the cornerstone of where your practice will go and what it will become. So taking the time to create your practice vision builds a strong foundation for your health practice success.
Your vision should be dynamic. That means it can change as you change. It can evolve as your practice evolves.
Whether you are just starting out or have been running your own practice for years, this ebook is designed to help you clarify what you would like to create from here on – complete with vision stories from other health practitioners to help guide you towards your very own. Create Your Practice Vision is the first part in our Your Complete Health Practice series helping you bring joy and success into your health care practice.
Comes with 2 audio meditations
to get you thinking laterally aswell as tapping into your linear mindset.
About the authors
Jeff Shearer has been in private health practice since 1995, running a successful remedial massage, and then acupuncture clinic – from mobile, to renting a room from a multi-modality clinic, to running his own multi-practitioner natural therapy clinic. He is an international speaker and coach for health practitioners globally. Jeff has learnt some valuable lessons about how:
- to achieve better health results for clients
- build a successful practice
- to create a practical business plan that excites you
- maintain life balance
Achieving it all without sacrificing standards of care.
Megan Hills has worked with natural therapists and counsellors in small business and marketing since 2003. She has a special knack to find out what is special about each practitioner and matching that specialness with what prospective clients are looking for. She also actively helps to create practice plans that personally resonate(no off-the-shelf approaches here) and is manageable (no need for burnout) for thatpractitioner’s particular needs. Embracing everyone’s different personality and quirks – and showing how specialness can be helpful to others – is all part of true practice success.